POSTMEN and postwomen providing a first class service in Huddersfield could be in line for an award.
Royal Mail is asking people across Yorkshire to nominate postal workers who are unsung heroes.
The company wants to hear about postal staff who raise charity cash in their spare time or have dealt with an emergency while doing their deliveries.
Customers who nominate their local postie will be in the running for a prize draw to win a £1,000 holiday.
Award categories are for community involvement, charity fundraising, bravery and driving.
Nominations should relate to activities during the past year.
The closing date for entries is January 8.
Last year's national winner was Helen MacKenzie, a postwoman on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland, who saved the life of a man after he got his arm trapped in factory machinery while working alone one Saturday.
Tom Melvin, operations director for Royal Mail, said: "Because our people make daily deliveries to 27m addresses in the UK, they are often the first at the scene in house fires, road accidents and robberies and they instinctively get involved."
Customer nominations should go to First Class People Awards, Royal Mail, 1st Floor, 148 Old Street, London EC1V 9HQ or send an email to nominations@ royalmail.com