If you know a Herefordshire carer who has helped to change someone’s life - nominate them for a David Price Award
Herefordshire’s Making it Real Board is inviting people to nominate carers from their local community for a 2020 David Price Award.
The annual David Price Award recognises an individual of any age who has, in an unpaid capacity, helped change the life of an adult or adults in the county.
Candidates may be a friend, a neighbour, support worker, member of a group or organisation, family member, colleague or volunteer.
The award is in memory of Herefordshire resident, David Price, who sadly passed away in May 2016. The award celebrates David’s work as a pioneer of disability involvement across the local community.
In launching this year’s competition, Councillor Pauline Crockett, Herefordshire Council, Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Wellbeing, said: “The David Price Award is our way of showing appreciation to a carer who has made a huge difference to someone’s life or the lives of a group of people in Herefordshire.”
Winner of the 2019 David Price Award, Graham Downing, added: “It was a privilege to receive the award, especially when I was only doing my job. I love my job and it’s an honour to be able to help people in Herefordshire.”
For more information about the award and to make your nomination visit: www.herefordshire.gov.uk/DavidPriceAward Nominations can be made by completing a form online, or the form can be downloaded and returned to: Making it Real Board, c/o Herefordshire Council, Plough Lane, Hereford, HR4 0LE. Alternatively, completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for nominations is Thursday 31 October 2019.
Published: Wednesday, 21st August 2019