High Peak Community and Voluntary Support (CVS) is looking for local community groups that deserve recognition.
Time is running out for nominations for the not-for-profit organisation’s annual Crompton Woodcock Award, with the closing date for applications on Tuesday (November 12).
The award celebrates small community-led groups and, in particular, a group that is shown to have made a significant impact with their service and activities in the last 12 months.
In memory of previous chairpersons Chris Woodcock and Mike Crompton, the award will offer local groups the opportunity to raise their profile and gain recognition for the work they do.
Groups can nominate themselves or you can be nominated by someone else or nominate another group, and a small panel will make the decision.
High Peak CVS, based in Whaley Bridge, will present the award, a commemorative plaque, framed certificate and cheque for £100 for the group at its Annual General Meeting in November.
The award is open to all groups, however small or large, newly formed or long established, and High Peak CVS encourage everyone to apply.
You can also post them to Jane Corke, High Peak CVS, 105 Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge, High Peak, SK23 7HX.
To speak to Jane about application forms, you can ring her on 01663 735350.