We are delighted to announce ScoutsCymru Celebration of Scouting Awards ceremony will be taking place on Saturday 26th October at the Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells.

This is a fantastic opportunity to recognise and celebrate Scouting successes throughout Wales.
There are eight categories of awards, these are: -

Young Volunteer Award
• Recognising an individual volunteer (14-25 years of age in a Leadership role) who’s involvement in every aspect of Scouting is exceptional.

Adult Volunteer Award
• Recognising an individual volunteer (18 years of age and above) who’s involvement in every aspect of Scouting is exceptional.

Trustee Volunteer Award
• Recognising the commitment, the hard work and the dedication of a trustee or committee member.

Group Award
• Recognising a group of volunteers whose involvement in every aspect of Scouting is exceptional.

Community Impact Award
• Recognising a group of volunteers or individual who have created exceptional positive social changes to benefit the wider community.

New & Innovative Scouting Award
• Recognising a group of volunteers who have reached new levels, through the provision of scouting, to mirror the community in which they live.

Lifetime Achievement Award
• Recognising an individual volunteer (18 years of age and above) for their outstanding contribution to Scouting.

Inspirational Volunteer Award
• Recognising an individual volunteer (18 years of age and above) who is a role model and an inspiration to others.

Please note as there is not an option to save and return, you will need to complete all sections of the form for your nomination to be valid
Nomination questions (no more than 250 words per question)
·       Briefly describe the reasons for this nomination
·       How does the person/group nominated live the Scouts Values?
·       How does the person/group nominated champion diversity within Scouting?
·       How does the person/group nominated help young people and adults develop Skills for Life?
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