This is an annual award from Braunton Caen Rotary in memory of Rotarian Peter Kingdon who died in 2020. It is designed to recognise the contribution by young people in improving the lives of those living in the area. The award could be to recognise young people’s achievements not only within a variety of community settings that take place outside their school time such as volunteering, youth work, active citizenship, sports, drama, music, etc but also significant achievements that take place within their school time, as part of their school curriculum.
In exceptional circumstances the award may be given to a group of young persons who by virtue of a project which they have planned and executed themselves, have made a substantial and major contribution to local people and the local community.
The award will be made each year in May.
The winner will be presented with a cheque for £250 and an engraved shield which they will retain for 1 year.
However, if no suitable, high calibre application is received, the award will not be made.
If more than 5 nominations are received in a year, all entries will be considered by the Council of Braunton Caen Rotary to shortlist 5 finalists. The judging panel for the finalists will consist of the President of Braunton Caen Rotary (or a representative Club Member), the Club’s Youth lead (or nominated deputy) and a representative of the Kingdon family. The persons nominating the finalists will be contacted by a senior member of the judging panel to further elucidate the nominees contribution and verify that this is a personal achievement by the nominee, not just a minor contribution to a major achievement
Completed nomination form should be sent: by the 31st March
by email to email@example.com
or by post to
Braunton Caen Rotary
c/o L Clarke and sons
1 Caen Field Shopping Centre
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