Recognise charity workers

Last year's Charity Worker award winner Mary Cooper.
Last year's Charity Worker award winner Mary Cooper.
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Here is your chance to nominate the remarkable people who go the extra mile to make South Holland a place to be proud of.

Here is your chance to nominate the remarkable people who go the extra mile to make South Holland a place to be proud of.

The Pride of South Holland Awards was launched by the Spalding and South Holland Voice and Spalding’s Tulip Radio, in association with Spalding and District Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by South Holland District Council, to celebrate everything that is great about where we live in 2016. We are once again looking for your nominations for Charity Worker. There must be a lot of wonderful people in South Holland who give their time in helping charities raise money for many great causes.

The Charity Worker Award recognises those people who either dedicate their time to charity work, either by fundraising or volunteering.

Last year’s winner, Mary Cooper, was nominated for her tireless work for the Chosen charity shop in Holbeach. Mary has worked for Sue Ryder for nearly 20 years and on retirement opened Chosen Charity Shop in Holbeach and has worked hard to help raise money for a host of local charities.

Hughes Electrical is the proud sponsor of the Charity Award as it recognises some of the hardest-working and most selfless people.

Graham from Hughes said: “These individuals are passionate about caring for others and show great dedication. As a family-run, local business, we feel it’s important to recognise those who work hard in our local communities to make them a better place.”

If you know someone who has worked tirelessly, given up their free time in the community, download a nomination form from our website www.tulip-radio.co.uk and post it to Tulip Radio, 13a The Crescent, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1AE or email your nominations to admin@tulip-radio.co.uk