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LGiU and CCLA C’llr Achievement Awards 2013 – Shortlist announced!

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The LGiU and CCLA are pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the C’llr Achievement Awards 2013. We have had a record-breaking response to the awards this year and we have been greatly inspired by the multiple examples of councillors who have made a huge difference to their communities. We want to personally thank everyone who took the time to nominate a candidate and help celebrate their efforts.

Winners will be announced at  our Awards Ceremony, which takes place on February 25th. The final decision will be taken by a group of judges made from a selection of councillors and local government experts.

Without further ado, here are the names:

 

AGE UK  AWARDS

Cllr Sue Cooley (Manchester City Council)

Cllr Matthew Ellis (Staffordshire County Council)

Cllr Shelagh Marshall (North Yorkshire County Council)

Cllr Linda Reason (London Borough of Barking and Dagenham)

Cllr John Thomson (Wiltshire Council)

 

CCLA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE          

Cllr Steve Count (Cambridgeshire County Council)

Cllr Les Ford (Cheshire West and Chester Council)

Cllr John Galley (Chelmsford City Council)

Cllr Maurice Jones (Central Bedfordshire Council)

Cllr Ian Parry (Staffordshire County Council)

 

COMMUNITY CHAMPION

Cllr Richard Crawford (London Borough of Newham)

Cllr Janet Gardner (Hillingdon)

Cllr Harjinder Singh Sehmi (Coventry City Council)

Cllr Jean Stretton (Oldham Council)

Cllr Norma Symonds (East Herts Council)

Cllr David Thomas (Torbay Council)

 

JUDGES’ SPECIAL AWARD           

Cllr Paul Bettison (Bracknell Forest Council)

Cllr Derek Davis OBE (Staffordshire CC)

Cllr Peter Martin (Essex County Council)

Cllr Jean Nelder (Plymouth City Council)

Cllr Nirmal Singh Gill (Barking & Dagenham Council)

 

LEADER OF THE YEAR    

Cllr Philip Atkins (Staffordshire County Council)

Cllr David Burbage (Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead)

Cllr Nigel Holdcroft (Southend-on-Sea Borough Council)

Cllr Jason Kitcat (Brighton and Hove City Council)

Cllr James Page (Lewes District Council)

Cllr Chris Robbins (Waltham Forest Council)

Cllr Catherine West (Islington)

 

ONLINE COUNCILLOR OF THE YEAR

Cllr Jayne Cowan (Cardiff County Council)

Cllr David Harrington (Stockton Borough Council)

Cllr Alison Hernandez (Torbay Council)

Cllr Tim Pickstone (Bury Council)

Cllr Waseem Zaffar MBE JP (Birmingham City Council)

 

PARTNERSHIP ACHIEVEMENT OF THE YEAR        

Joint Application for:  Cllr Philip Atkins (Staffordshire County Council), Cllr Brian Edwards (South Staffordshire Council)  and Cllr Roger Lawrence (Wolverhampton City Council)

Cllr Stephen Castle (Essex County Council)

Cllr Brenda Dowding (Cheshire West and Chester Council)

Cllr Christine Hamilton (Enfield Council)

Cllr Susan Wise (Lewisham Council)

 

SCRUTINEER OF THE YEAR          

Cllr Prue Bray (Wokingham Borough Council)

Cllr Edward Davie (Lambeth)

Cllr Bill Dick (Essex County Council)

Cllr Kath Perry (Staffordshire CC)

Cllr Jonathan Simpson (London Borough of Camden)

 

SUSTAINABILITY CHAMPION OF THE YEAR         

Cllr Stuart Bodsworth (Stockport Council)

Cllr Clare Feeney Johnson (South Lakeland District Council)

Cllr Simon Pickering (Stroud DC)

Cllr David Rose (Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council)

Cllr Mark Winnington (Staffordshire County Council)

 

YOUNG COUNCILLOR OF THE YEAR        

Cllr Sanchia Alasia (London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Council)

Joint Application for: Cllr Amanda Chadderton, Cllr Sean Fielding and Cllr Arooj Shah  (Oldham Council)

Cllr Jake Morrison (Liverpool City Council)

Cllr Rohini Simbodyal (Enfield Council)

Cllr Alan Strickland (Haringey Council)

Cllr Mitch Theaker (City and County of Swansea)

 

BRUCE-LOCKHART MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP        

The Bruce-Lockhart Member Scholarship is a particularly special award. It was established in recognition of the outstanding contribution to Local Government of former Kent County Council Leader and LGA Chairman, Lord Sandy Bruce-Lockhart. The winner of this category will be awarded a £10k bursary, funded by Kent, Essex and East Sussex County Councils, to complete a project to promote the case for localism and government at a local level. The shortlisted candidates are as follows:

Cllr Joe Caluori (London Borough of Islington)

Cllr Andrew Curtin (London Borough of Havering)

Cllr Penny Holbrook (Birmingham City Council)

Cllr Barrie Taylor (Westminster Council)

Cllr Ann Watson (South Derbyshire DC)

 

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