Young people's civic award scheme

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The Young People's Civic Award Scheme was established in 1996 by Woking Borough Council in conjunction with Head teachers and students from Woking's secondary schools.

The overall aim of the scheme is to reward children and young people who make an outstanding contribution to the community which is not normally recognised by formal accreditation, and in doing so, encourage others to follow in their footsteps.

Categories

There are three categories for the scheme:

Outstanding Contribution to the Community

Nominations have included work in areas such as helping the elderly or disabled, working with children, fund raising for good causes and involvement with local voluntary organisations.

Triumph over Adversity

Nominations in this category have included endurance and bravery, such as overcoming disability or helping a parent or family member with a disability.

Outstanding Achievement

Nominations have included excellence in many fields - sport, music, drama, the visual arts - but particularly in less academic subjects that are not normally recognised or rewarded in other ways.

The scheme is open to all children and young people, up to the age of 18, who live or attend school or college in the Borough.

Awards will be presented to the winners in each category by the Mayor at his annual Civic Reception. However, all those nominated will receive a certificate acknowledging their achievements.

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Nomination Form

The nomination form for the 2018 Award Scheme is available for you to complete. Information about the scheme is set out in the guidelines.

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Use of your personal data

We (Woking Borough Council) are collecting your personal data to process the nomination you are making for the Young People’s Civic Award.

We will not share your or the nominee’s personal data with any other organisations unless the law allows us to do so.

We will hold your personal data for 7 years after our last contact with you. You can ask us to access, rectify or erase the personal data we have about you by contacting us.

More information on how we collect and use your personal data and the control you have over it is available on our website: www.woking.gov.uk/dataprotection

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Deadlines

The deadline for nominations for the 2018 Young People's Civic Award Scheme has now passed. The 2019 Award Scheme will be launched in November 2018.

For further information, please contact Julie Northcote, Democratic Services Officer, on 01483 743053 or email memberservices@woking.gov.uk.