Bedale Community Award

Many people in Bedale give generously of their time and talents for the benefit of our community. Some special people give a little bit - or a lot - more, and the Bedale Community Award is a way that the Town Council seeks to recognise and reward these pillars of the community. 

During the Annual Parish Meeting, which in 2020 is at 7pm on Tuesday 5th May, recipients of the Bedale Community Award are presented with a framed certificate and a citation outlining the service that they have given to the town.

If you would like to nominate someone who you believe has earned the right to receive the award through the service that they have given to the community in Bedale, please contact the council via our email clerk@bedale-tc.gov.uk.

The closing date for nominations is 31st March 2020.

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