This award recognises a young person aged 18 or under who has shown incredible courage and determination in the last 12 months to overcome a personal challenge. This achievement could be something they have done for themselves, their family, school or local community.
This award recognises a young person aged 21 or under who has shown progression and growth in the last 12 months with the potential to achieve greatness in the future. Their achievement or potential can be in any discipline or field such as sport, education, business or personal growth.
This award recognises a person of any age who has done outstanding charity work in a voluntary capacity over the last 12 months. This award recognises someone who has put the needs of others before their own, giving up countless hours and making a real difference to a local cause.
This award recognises a voluntary or community group that has achieved amazing things over the last 12 months. This award recognises the limitless effort made to make a difference in their local community in helping local people in a variety of ways.
This award recognises our key workers who are based within the NHS. They will have gone above and beyond their usual duties, helping others, putting in time, effort and commitment to do our NHS proud.
This award recognises a local education institution or education professional who has achieved amazing things during this year. They may have done something for an individual, group or local community to support education and inspired people to achieve their full potential.
This award recognises a person from the care profession who has done outstanding work over the last 12 months. This award recognises someone who has gone above and beyond in looking after and caring for someone or a group of people. They are a credit to their profession and deserve some recognition for all their hard work.
This award recognises our key workers who are based within uniformed services (Police, Fire, Ambulance, HM Forces). They will have gone above and beyond their usual duties, helping others, putting in time, effort and commitment to do themselves and Stoke-on-Trent proud.
This award recognises someone who has done the City of Stoke-on-Trent proud. They have done something that has helped the city in a way that supports either an individual, group of people or specific community. It has showcased Stoke-on-Trent and its people in a positive light.
This award recognises your local sporting hero. Someone who has represented our great city in a sport, either as a performer, coach or volunteer. They will have excelled in their field at local, national and/or international level. There will be two awards given out – one to the male winner and one to the female winner.