The nominations are in.
The judging panel have convened and their votes have been cast.
Now we're on countdown to the Newark Community Awards 2019 which take place at a glamorous ceremony in a big marquee in Newark Castle Grounds on Friday 8th November.
With a total of 12 awards up for grabs, we will be honouring unsung heroes, champions, teams & groups.
If you'd like to join us for the evening, you can purchase tickets now via the link below.
Caretaker, lolly pop person, after school supervisor, teacher or trainer... there are many people who educate others and not all of them do it at the front of a classroom.
The Music & Arts Award is to honour a young musician, dancer, singer, artist or group that has a talent for entertaining and is excelling in their chosen field.
The Sports Team/Individual of the Year Award aims to honour the achievements of a club, team, coach, official or individual involved in sport, either actively participating or behind the scenes.
The Citizen of the Year Award (under 12) is all about acknowledging the fantastic efforts and achievements made by children living within Newark & Sherwood.
The Citizen of the Year Award (12-17) is all about acknowledging the fantastic efforts and achievements made by young people living within Newark & Sherwood.
Citizens are a true inspiration and an asset to the local community with their optimism and willingness to help those that are maybe less fortunate... Does anyone spring to mind?
Emergency services play a vital role in the Newark and Sherwood community and this recognises those local heroes who go above and beyond the call of duty.
What does it mean to be courageous and brave? The Courage and Bravery Award is out there for those people who do something exceptional and exemplary when it comes to showing great strength.
The Business Commitment to the Community Award is set to recognise any business that’s made a significant impact in the community or which has exceeded expectations.
Do you know someone who makes a significant contribution to their community through their time, actions, talents and dedication?
Sometimes teamwork makes all the difference. Do you know a Community Group which makes a significant contribution to their community?
We’re looking for that special person who has selflessly helped others, whether in the workplace, an organisation, or in their community over a number of years. They might not seek recognition for themselves, so help us to bring their achievements to a wider audience.
Have any questions about the Radio Newark Community Awards? Feel free to drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or seeing as we're in the business of talking, give us a bell on 01636 550 533.