Nominate your 2013 Fareham Citizen of Honour

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AN AWARDS scheme that honours residents who have made a difference to the lives of local people is calling for nominations.

The Citizen of Honour award is open to anybody living in Fareham, aged 18 or over, who gives an unpaid or voluntary service to the community.

There are also two categories for youngsters. The Young Citizen of Honour Award recognises children between the ages of four and 11, and teens between 12 and 18, who live in Fareham.

People in the four to 11 age bracket do not have to complete voluntary service but they might have shown outstanding bravery, adapted to a disability or carried out regular selfless acts.

Teenagers need to have completed voluntary service such as being a carer, sports leader or visiting the elderly.

Winners receive their award at the mayor-making ceremony in May, and are given a family ticket to the pantomime and £15 of gift vouchers.

Go to or call (01329) 236100 for more info.