A message from the High Sheriff:
Each year the High Sheriff acknowledges the enormous contribution which volunteers make to society through the High Sheriff Awards.
The High Sheriff awards provide an opportunity for the selfless dedication of our volunteers to be acknowledged and celebrated.
Many young people devote significant amounts of time to volunteering and their circumstances can often be difficult because of caring responsibilities or the effects of unemployment on family life. A High Sheriff award which recognises the impact of their volunteering can give young people confidence in their abilities and inspire the next generation
The contribution of adults who support young people is also recognised through the awards which can be given to individuals or groups.
I look forward to receiving your nomination so that at this year’s awards ceremony there can be a real celebration of the impact of volunteering in West Glamorgan.
Mrs. Louise Fleet - High Sheriff of West Glamorgan 2017/2018
The High Sheriff of West Glamorgan would like to recognise any individual (young person or adult) or group which has made, or is making, a sustained and VOLUNTARY effort to help their local community.
There are two categories of award:
Do you know of anyone who makes a difference in their community? If so, why not nominate them for an award?
The 2018 High Sheriff Awards will be held on Saturday 10th March 2018, at 10.30am in The Baglan Community Church, Lodge Drive, Baglan, Port Talbot, SA12 8UB.
The closing date for nominations is Monday 15th February 2018.
For nomination forms, information or advice, please ring Paul Evans on 01792 562710 or Siân Morris on 01639 88916.
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