Civic Awards 2022 nominations
Nominations for the Civic Awards 2022 are now open.
We are looking for people who deserve recognition for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the borough.
You can nominate individuals or groups, living or working within Barnet.
You must submit your nomination before the 31 December 2021
How to nominate an individual or group
You will need to complete our nomination form.
Once completed you can email your form to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can send via post to:
The Mayor’s Parlour,
London Borough of Barnet,
Civic Awards 2021 winners
Traditionally, the annual awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals and organisations from across the borough in 2 categories:
- Lifetime Achievement
- Outstanding Service to the Community
Due to the challenges the pandemic has presented in the past year, a new category was created.
The COVID-19 Community Heroes Award was created to recognise individuals and organisations who stepped up to help as part of the COVID-19 response.
Details of the 2021 recipients and nominees are available in the brochure:
Due to the pandemic, once again a Civic Awards ceremony did not take place. Socially distanced presentations were made in April and May by the Mayor.
Chief Abbot Venerable U.Uttara
Outstanding Service to the Community
Alyth Refugee Drop-in
Jenny and Kieran Kettleton
The COVID-19 Community Heroes Award
Civic Awards 2020 winners
All the details are available in our virtual brochure.
Due to the pandemic the Civic awards ceremony, due to be held in March 2020, was cancelled. Socially distanced presentations were made in August by the Mayor.
Father Paul Walmsley-McLeod
Outstanding service to the community