These awards are for the people of Thurrock, chosen by the people of Thurrock.
This person must have made a significant contribution and difference to the residents of Thurrock by showing outstanding service for the benefit of the Community (normally on a voluntary basis) since the previous Civic Awards were given.
A young person, who is 21 years of age or under who is making a positive endeavour to take part in community or voluntary activities, which benefits the local community or who regularly provides care or support to a relative or friend. .
We are proud that many businesses have chosen Thurrock as their base and we believe that business plays a crucial role in the wellbeing and prosperity of local people and the area. We want you to nominate a local business that you feel has created jobs, nurtured and promoted the skills of local residents or invested in making the borough a fabulous place to live and work.
Presented to a person or group who have excelled in cultural, artistic or entertainment terms bringing cultural recognition to Thurrock.
For a person or a team who have gained a significant success or excelled in terms of sporting achievement bringing credit to Thurrock e.g. represented their country at sport or served the sporting community.
To be conferred on a person or a group of people who have provided exceptional service and demonstrated a lifelong dedication in the scope of their work or in a field of voluntary work e.g. carried out outstanding work for charity or in the field of community service.
To be presented to a person or a group for a specific action of bravery and courage.
For an individual who has shown extreme personal courage in the face of adversity through illness or disability.
More information on the Rachel Middleton Memorial Award...