Nominations are now open for the Community at Heart Awards!
The Broadland Community at Heart Awards celebrate the selfless work and incredible achievements in our communities.
Winners will receive £250 to support their community group or project.
Previous finalists and winners have included local charities, athletes, litter pickers, devoted friends, choirs and more.
Nominations close 27 September.
Full list of categories:
Inspiration of the Year - A person who has achieved something great - personally or professionally and is an inspiration to others.
Young Person of the Year (aged 25 or under) - A young person who has made remarkable and inspirational achievements and has shown enthusiasm and positivity.
Sporting Achievement of the Year - A team or individual who reached a goal in sport and have been an excellent example of good sportsmanship.
Carer of the Year - A carer paid or unpaid, who a resident of Broadland could not do without.
Business Community Support of the Year - A local business that has contributed to supporting community initiatives.
Safer Broadland Award - A person in your neighbourhood who makes everyone feel a little safer. Nominees can be paid or unpaid.
Environmental Champion of the Year - An individual, school, business or community group who has made an extra effort to make a positive impact on the environment.
Community Group of the Year - A community group that has made a significant contribution to the residents of their local area.
Volunteer of the Year - An individual who has volunteered their time to make an outstanding contribution to their community.
Good Neighbour or Friend of the Year - A person who has made a positive impact on someone's life. Someone who has gone the extra mile to offer help in times of trouble or just in day to day life.