It’s time to pay tribute to Stroud’s community heroes in the town council’s annual awards.
Organised by the Town Council, the awards recognise those people – young and old – who go the extra mile.
There are four categories: community, environment, trader and young person of the year. Groups or individuals can be nominated.
Stroud Mayor Kevin Cranston said anyone can nominate someone and that it just takes a few minutes.
“All you need to do is include the person’s name and contact details and a few sentences about why they deserve an award, said Mr Cranston.
“It’s a great chance to say thank you to the town’s amazing people who do so much to make our town such a great place.”
The winners will be announced at a special town meeting on May 24 at 7.30pm at Lansdown Hall.
The Annual Town Meeting is open to Stroud residents and is a chance for people to find what has been happening in the town and to discuss town matters.
A nomination form can be picked up from the Town Council office in London Road, which is open Mon-Thurs 10am-1.30pm and Friday from 9.30am-12.30pm.
The deadline for nominations is noon on May 10.