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Redbridge Mayor’s Community Awards to take place tonight

PUBLISHED: 17:00 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 18:12 22 March 2018

Taking Pride in Redbridge individual award winner Marian Temple, with Cllr Gurdial Bhamra and chief executive Andy Donald at the Mayor's Community Awards last year. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

Taking Pride in Redbridge individual award winner Marian Temple, with Cllr Gurdial Bhamra and chief executive Andy Donald at the Mayor's Community Awards last year. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

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Redbridge recognises those who have made a difference to the community at the Mayor’s Community Awards tonight, Thursday, March 22.

Redbridge recognises those who have made a difference to the community at the Mayor’s Community Awards tonight.

Winners will be selected in six categories and the winner of the Young Citizen of the Year award will also be revealed.

Community award nominations were submitted by members of the public and shortlisted by a panel.

Awards will be given to the best business contribution; the best neighbourhood and community champion; showing the most pride in the borough; caring for others; supporting young people and creating a safer borough.

Councillor Linda Huggett, Mayor of Redbridge, said: “Sometimes those making a difference to their community remain anonymous, but through these awards we aim to celebrate and recognise the work they do.”

The Young Citizen award, for under 25s, is run by the Recorder in conjunction with Redbridge Rotary Club, and sponsored by The Exchange shopping centre, in Ilford.

The Recorder will be live from the awards ceremony tonight from around 7pm so please visit our Facebook page to watch the live stream.


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