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NOMINATIONS OPEN: Elected Mayor of Watford launches Audentior Awards to celebrate town’s heroes

 Published on: 30th September 2021   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

Nominations are now open for Watford’s 16th Audentior Awards, which recognise local people and organisations who are making Watford a better place to live and work in.

Watford residents are being encouraged to put forward their everyday heroes who go the extra mile to help friends, family or people around them or who help local people achieve something fantastic.

While the awards this year will no doubt feature the amazing efforts of people during the pandemic, nominations can be made for anyone who makes a difference to the borough.

The one attribute that all nominees should share is the quality of being extraordinary in their commitment, dedication, energy and effort.

You can nominate someone by filling in a short form online before Sunday November 28, 2021 via

Elected mayor of Watford Peter Taylor said: “Watford is no ordinary town. Every day I meet extraordinary people who are going the extra mile to help others and support the town and local residents. Our town’s motto is Audentior, which means ‘to be bold’.

“The Audentior Awards give us the opportunity to recognise and thank people from all walks of life who have been bold, in their generosity and care for others. We want to know who these unsung heroes are, so we recognise, celebrate and be inspired by them, so please nominate now via our form at

This year the categories are:

  • Carer of the Year
  • Charity Worker of the Year
  • Public Service Award
  • Pride in Watford
  • Young Achiever of the Year (25 and under)
  • Good Neighbour Award
  • Contribution to Sport and Healthy Living
  • Chairman’s Culture Award

The awards ceremony takes place on Friday March 4, 2022 at Watford Colosseum.

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