Mayor’s Awards 2021 to be announced on 28th April

Five ‘Good Citizens’ or Groups in Hunstanton are to receive special recognition for their roles in the community and the impact they have had on so many lives, especially during the last 12 months of the global pandemic.

Mayor of Hunstanton Town Council Councillor Tony Bishopp said: “All of us have been affected by the impact of COVID-19 this past 12 months and many have lost loved ones and friends.

These have been unprecedented times and Hunstanton Town Council would now like to show their public appreciation of those who have gone above and beyond as we recognise and honour individuals and groups whose efforts and gestures, no matter how big or small, have really made a difference in the community”.

Five awards are to be given at the virtual zoom Annual Town Meeting on the 28th April at 6pm. Anyone and everyone are welcome to join the meeting by following this link:

https://zoom.us/j/93031674295?pwd=RzhyZXd4T1JxMFNJdTZoVjJLbWthQT09

At the meeting, the Chairs of Committees and Working Panels members will also be giving reports of the work their committees and working panel groups have undertaken over the past year.

The Mayor added “I would also like to thank everyone who took the time to nominate a local hero, every nomination was worthy of an award, it had been an extremely hard decision’.

The nominations were judged by the Mayor Cllr Tony Bishopp, Cllr Maureen Howard, Chair of Community Engagement Working Panel & Cllr Robert Corby, Chair of Youth Working Panel.