Awards aim to celebrate contributions of the over 60s

NOMINATIONS are wanted for the most deserving retirees in Huddersfield.

NOMINATIONS are wanted for the most deserving retirees in Huddersfield.

The McCarthy & Stone’s National Retirement Awards – backed by one of Britain’s most celebrated woman Olympic gold medallist – are fast approaching and organisers are seeking help.

They want to hear about individuals or groups who have done something worthy of recognition, excelled in their field or gone all out to help their local community.

Nominations are being accepted in the categories of courage, community, sport, charity and overall winner.

The winners in each category will scoop a prize of £1,000 while the overall winner will be presented with a cheque for £5,000.

The awards have been organised by the retirement developer with the support of Olympic and Commonwealth athlete Dame Mary Peters MBE.

The aim is to celebrate the achievements and contributions made by over 60s.

People have until March 31 to get their nominations in.

Nomination forms can be picked up from Sykes Court in Lindley or downloaded at www.mccarthyandstone.co.uk/retirementawards.

 

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