Nominations open for Pubwatch awards

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Pubwatch is searching for nominations for unsung heroes
Pubwatch is searching for nominations for unsung heroes
Licensees that have played a key role in partnership schemes in their area will be recognised in National Pubwatch awards.

The organisation is looking for nominations for its Award of Merit and Malcolm Eidmans Awards. The winners will be announced at the National Pubwatch Conference at the Cheltenham Park Hotel in Cheltenham on 10 February.

Nominations can now be submitted via the Pubwatch website​.

A spokesman said: “National Pubwatch believes that one of our roles in promoting good practice is to identify those licensees who play a key role in running successful local schemes or those people from public organisations, such as police officers, who provide strong support to their efforts.

“For a number of years, one of the highlights of the NPW conference has been the recognition we give to individuals through our Award of Merit and Malcolm Eidmans Awards. However we are keen to open up the process of nomination so that we can identify many more of these unsung heroes.”

Priority for the Award of Merit will be given to people who fulfil their role in a voluntary capacity, rather than as a result of being employed to run or coordinate a Pubwatch scheme. Priority for the Malcolm Eidmans Award will be given to people who go the extra mile in supporting or promoting local Pubwatch schemes.

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Posted by david,

It would be a very nice gesture if National Pubwatch invited Councillor Ronayne (former Mayor of Gosport) and his consort who also has a chain signifying her eminence in society, to present the National Pubwatch awards.

Surely having awards dished out by someone in a party hat, wearing 4 medals, immaculate white gloves, dressed in a Santa's cloak adorned with the essential kryptonite chain would add that essential touch of ceremonial splendour.

I'm sure Gospost Council will endorse my recommendation:

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