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Do you know someone who deserves to be a Kingsbridge Community Champion?

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Do you know someone who deserves to be a Kingsbridge Community Champion?

Do you know someone who has served the town of Kingsbridge in a unique way and deserves recognition?

Kingsbridge Town Council is once again asking for your help to recognise the people who volunteer their time to enrich the lives of our residents, and they need your nominations!

A spokesperson for Kingsbridge Town Council said: "Those people who work tirelessly in their community, whose initiatives or fund raising activities have made a positive difference to Kingsbridge. We are talking about all activity, big or small, from all kinds of people: a friend, work colleague, neighbour, or volunteer.

"We do not wish to be too prescriptive and the whole concept is for the Kingsbridge community to elect their own Champions with as few rules and conditions involved as possible."

If you have someone in mind, complete a nomination form which can be downloaded HERE, pick one up from the Council Offices at Quay House, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01548 853296.  

Nomination forms will also be available from Kingsbridge Library, Kingsbridge Information Centre, and a few shops in Fore Street. 

The deadline for applications is Friday, 24 March.

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