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Time to nominate a Good Neighbour in the Armagh I People of the Year Awards

Last year's Good Neighbour Award winners were sisters Sue Booth and Joanne Hale

Do you live in a community where someone is the back bone of life? Someone who is the go to person for help and support. Maybe they are someone who has helped in hard times and shown support to you. Now you have the opportunity to thank that person for their help by nominating them in the Good Neighbour award category.

The award recognises people who dedicate their time to helping and supporting their neighbours and who are a positive role model to others.

This year the Good Neighbour award is sponsored by Tarasis Enterprises, strategically led by a multi-disciplinary management team, the vision for Tarasis Enterprises is to always think “beyond business”, creating innovative solutions for the future that tackle real social issues including homelessness, healthcare, housing and healthy-aging.

Good Neighbour Award (sponsored by Tarasis Enterprises)

(a) briefly describe how this nominee dedicates their time to provide help and support to their neighbour
(b) outline how they are a positive role model to others

Please note that only the information you submit can be considered when shortlisting, vague nominations may not be shortlisted.

To give your nomination the best chance, please include as much detail as possible about their work.

The shortlisting panel will not be able to consider information already in the public domain or prior knowledge of the individual.

Finalists will be announced on December 14, when public voting for those finalists will also open, with public voting closing on December 28, 2022.

The winners will be announced at a special awards ceremony in Armagh Observatory and Planetarium hosted by Northern Ireland’s very own weatherman Barra Best on February 2, 2023

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