Do you have a good neighbour? Are there any unsung heroes in your community? Perhaps somebody has gone above and beyond the normal call of duty during these challenging times?

Whether they have provided care and support for others, are always on hand when needed, or simply been a friendly face around your neighbourhood, you can nominate them for a Good Neighbour Award.

Nominate a good neighbour today

Nominate your good neighbours today

Nominees must be customers from:

  • Places for People
  • Places for People Scotland
  • Chorus Homes
  • Cotman
  • Derwent Living
  • Living Plus

Please include as much detail as you can to support your nomination and highlight the values that make our neighbourhoods great.

How does it work?

The closing date for nominations is Thursday 30th September 2021.

Once we receive all the nominations, our panel will begin to shortlist and choose our winners.

All shortlisted winners will receive the prestigious Good Neighbour Awards trophy and a £100 Love2shop gift voucher to recognise their efforts.

Let’s celebrate the people that make our places great!

How can I nominate my neighbour?

There are three ways you can make a Good Neighbour Awards nomination:

  1. The easiest way is to complete an online nomination form by clicking here.

  2. Send your nomination to us via post.

    You can make a nomination in writing or print a copy of the nomination form by clicking here. Please post your completed nomination form to:

    Places for People,
    Customer Involvement Team,
    South Rings Business Park,
    18 Craven Drive,
    Bamber Bridge, Preston
    PR5 6BZ

  3. Call us on 01772 667075 with details of your nomination.

Privacy Statement

We will only collect personal information about the nominator and the nominee in order to process the nomination.

You may request for your personal information to be deleted at any time during the nomination process by emailing: get.involved@placesforpeople.co.uk

All personal details will be automatically deleted upon completion of the award ceremony and we do not share the nomination details with any 3rd parties.

The Good Neighbour Awards 2020 winners

We are very proud of last year’s winners and the difference they have made in their neighbourhoods. Please take a moment to watch the Good Neighbour Awards 2020 winners’ film.

Here you can read some of the stories of last year’s winners.

James
James has helped me so much over the last 3 years. He has boosted my self-confidence, given me encouragement. I can talk to him about anything anytime. He has been by my side supporting me with my health and other situations in my life. My family are extremely thankful to James for everything he is doing for me. I don’t know what I would do without him.  

Jasmine 
Jasmine supports members of the community with their mental health and wellbeing, showing kindness and being helpful to her neighbours. Jasmine shows selflessness during a difficult time.
 

Marie
Marie goes above and beyond as a neighbour, she helps out with gardening, shopping and walking dogs. One of her neighbours was recently admitted to hospital, Marie is looking after her dog, her cat, as well as her garden. Her constant support for her neighbours has lifted everyone’s spirits and bought the community closer together.  

Michael 
During lockdown Michael has provided support to his neighbours, preparing and delivering food to vulnerable members of the community, as well as offering transport when needed.  

Jan and Rick
Jan and Rick help everybody in the village by setting up a Facebook donation page, where members of the community donate items which are sold to fund food parcels which are then distributed to low-income households in the neighbourhood. 

Nelie
Nelie has become a trusted member of the neighbourhood, being a championing voice for fellow customers, helping new customers feel welcomed and taking in food parcel for people. The little things she does make a really big difference to the community.  

Robert
Robert goes out of his way to support his neighbours. He’s the go to person for elderly customers, making sure they are doing well, going to the shops for them and delivering food. He’s also always available for a chat no matter how busy he is.