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Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year


Criteria for annual Cowdenbeath CoY Award

  •  Someone who works hard, quietly and gives support or assistance in the Cowdenbeath, Hill of Beath, Crossgates or

            Lumphinnans Communities(IE Cowdenbeath Ward) either to individuals or to groups - whose efforts might otherwise

            be taken for granted

  • Or it could be a group of people or local sports team who collectively have brought honour and distinction to any of these communities

  • The nominee should be over 18 (as should those in any group/team nominated)

  • The Citizen of the Year Award is not necessarily a ‘once in a lifetime’ award.  However the Community Councillors agreed that a period 

           of 10years should elapse before someone should  be considered for the award for a second time.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

The Community Council depend on members of the public nominating people for this award. 

If no nominations are received - no award will be given

The successful candidate is announced at the AGM of Cowdenbeath Community Council (ie May)

 

 

2017 Citizen of the Year - Wilma Aitchison

2017 Young Citizen of the Year - Isla Cattenach

Criteria for annual Cowdenbeath Young CoY award

•The Young Citizen of the Year Award is for young people  up to the age of 18.

  (IE the successful candidate should not have had his/her 18th birthday in the year of the award 

•A young person  who works hard, quietly and gives support or assistance in the Cowdenbeath, Hill of Beath, Crossgates or Lumphinnans  Communities

  (IE Cowdenbeath Ward) - either to individuals or to groups - whose efforts might otherwise be taken for granted.

•Or a young person who has made sacrifices in their young life and has brought honour and distinction to any of these communities as a result of their sacrifices

•Or it could be a  group of  young people or local young sports team who collectively have brought honour and distinction to any of the communities.

•The expectation is that this award will be a ‘one off’ award.

 

         

The Community Council depend on members of the public nominating young people  for this award.

  If no nominations are received - no award will be given

The successful candidate is announced at the October meeting of Cowdenbeath Community Council

 

 

 

 

 

  
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