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Mayor of Barnet, Brian Salinger and Civic Award winners
2019 Civic Award nominations are now closed
This year we are accepting nominations in the following categories:
- Young citizen of the year
- Outstanding service to the community
- Lifetime achievement civic award
Each nomination will be reviewed by a judging panel and winners will be invited to attend a ceremony at the Town Hall in April 2019 to receive their award.
2018 Civic Award winners
Stephen Lane received a Lifetime Achievement Civic Award in recognition for his long and outstanding voluntary contribution to various causes and organisations in the borough over many years.
Dixie Locke received a Lifetime Achievement Civic Award in recognition of her commitment and dedication to numerous organisations in the borough, supporting the community over many years.
Michael Rawling received a Lifetime Achievement Civic Award in recognition of his services, commitment and dedication to the local community over many years.
Daniel Goodman accepted the Civic Award for Outstanding Service to the Community in recognition of his voluntary contribution to the residents of Edgware as Chair of the Edgware Ward Panel and Chair of the Stonegrove Community Trust.
Dr Jane Hobsley received the Civic Award for Outstanding Service to the Community for her long and outstanding voluntary contribution to medical care in the borough.
David Parry and the team at Open Door Centre received the Outstanding Service to the Community Civic Award in recognition of their outstanding dedication and contribution to the community by providing a resource centre to the senior population of Barnet.
Christina Wong was awarded the Civic award for Outstanding Service to the Community in recognition of her commitment and dedication to people of all ages and abilities in the borough, giving herself tirelessly to the community.
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