Salcombe Town Council is asking for nominations for their Citizen of the Year award

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Salcombe Town Council is asking for nominations for their Citizen of the Year award

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Salcombe Town Council is searching for the town’s Citizen of the Year 2021. 

 

The town council is searching for Salcombe’s Citizen of the Year to “recognise and honour” the town’s “unsung heroes” in local volunteers. 

A spokesperson for the town council said: “if you know of a volunteer who deserves this accolade, please nominate them to be our Citizen of the Year”. All nominees must agree to be nominated. 

Send details of your nomination, giving details of the individual, the organisation, confirmation of their agreement, and details of why they deserve this award to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01548 842282 for more information. 

All nominations must be received by 22 November. 

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