The nominations for the Crawley Community Awards are coming in thick and fast as the town gets ready for the ceremony in March.
Since the launch of the awards was launched last month, people have been putting forward those who have inspired them.
The awards are being run by the Crawley Observer in association with Crawley Borough Council and The Hawth theatre.
The paper has so far received more than 50 nominations.
Sussex Newspapers North groups events organiser Pat Slatter said: “They show just how many people work to make our community a better place and how much they are appreciated. If you would like to recognise an individual or group then please nominate by the end of January to make sure to be included.
“You can nominate in as many categories as you consider relevant and please make as many nominations as you wish.
“Include as much information as you can. So many people mean to nominate and then miss the deadline and end up disappointed. We’ve made it as simple as possible. You can post a form, email or nominate online.
“Forms are also available from Council offices, the Hawth, Crawley Town Football Club and County Mall.
“These awards as just for people who live, work or volunteer in the Crawley borough and most of us know someone who deserves some recognition.”
People can post a form, email or nominate online.
Forms are also available from Crawley Borough Council’s officer in The Boulevard, the Hawth, Crawley Town Football Club and County Mall.
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