Nominations have now closed for the Pride of Fenland 2015 awards.
We have been inundated with nominations from you to celebrate the unsung heroes who are making a difference to communities across Fenland.
The Fenland Citizen and Fenland District Council are once again working together on the prestigious awards.
Trophies and certificates will be presented in a ceremony in The Boathouse, Wisbech, on Thursday, March 12.
Mike Cornwell, the district council’s portfolio holder for communities, has been impressed with the nominations.
He said: “We have had an enormous number of entries and the standard this year has been really high.”
The full list of nominations is:
Good neighbour – Pat Jones, of Wisbech; Lydia Payne, Chatteris; Tanya Ketteringham, Wisbech; Sylvia Tooke, Wisbech; Greta Williams, Leverington; Lucy Peyton, Chatteris; Joss Markille, Parson Drove; Angie Winsor, Wisbech; Casey Bates, Parson Drove; Roy McManus, Wisbech; Cheryl Beecham, Wisbech; Dee Potter, Chatteris; Ann Cross, March; Julie Mills, Wisbech; Evelyn Hamps, Doddington; Valerie Ware, Tydd St Giles; Cyril Snushall, Walpole Highway; Belinda Carson, Manea.
Groups – Wisbech Lions; The Heron Newsletter, Christchurch; Breathe Easy, Fenland, March; George’s, March; The Friday Group, March; Breathe Easy Wisbech; Fenland Volunteer Bureau; 1220 (March) Air Training Corps Squadron; Friends of March Station; Rose Fair Committee, Wisbech; Fenarch, Wisbech; March Society; Cromwell Community College pupils, Chatteris; Chatteris Royal British Legion youth section.
Young Citizen – Tom Cave; Joline Philipps; Joe Roper; Rebecca Snitch; Tamara Hart; Grainne Maxwell; Karen Rippen; Pollyanna Edwards; Abbie Wiles; Zach Anthoney; Luke Baker.