The High Sheriff of Clwyd Community Awards 2019
The High Sheriff of Clwyd Community Awards is a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and highlight some of the outstanding voluntary work that has been carried out by many people throughout the year.
The office of High Sheriff is a link between the Crown, Judiciary and people of Clwyd. An important part of the role of the High Sheriff is to recognise and promote the voluntary sector with particular emphasis on those organisations that support law and order and those that tackle crime and social problems.
Lady Hanmer, the High Sheriff of Clwyd for 2018/19 said: “It is a great pleasure and huge privilege for me to recognise this outstanding work from the many hundreds of people that undertake charity or voluntary work in this county. This dedication and commitment underpins our communities, making for a happier, healthier and safer society.
I am very much looking forward to visiting a wide range of dedicated people in this beautiful county who support those less fortunate than ourselves and go the extra mile to make a difference to someone’s life.
I am realizing that the role, although very ancient, is a very much respected one and relevant today and I would encourage you to submit your nominations for me to consider.”
Application forms are available from the respective CVC in each of the preserved county of Clwyd. For Wrexham based nominations, click here for the high-sheriff-of-clwyd-nomination-form-2019-1-002 or here for the Welsh version welsh-high-sheriff-nomination-form-2019-welsh-including-guidance-notes-cym
Closing date for nominations is Friday 14th December 2018.