The Nottinghamshire Outstanding Achievement 4Uth Award aims to recognise young people who've achieved a great deal and pushed their personal boundaries, whatever they are. It is a county council initiative to celebrate the achievements of young people across the county.
2016 4Uth Awards
Now in its seventh year, nominations can now be made for the 2016 4Uth awards. To nominate a young person please complete the online 4Uth award nomination form.
The closing date for nominations is Friday 10 June 2016.
Find out about some of the inspiring young people who have already been nominated for the 2016 awards:
- Sharai Lakin
- Michael Lowe
- Luca Romeo
- Brett Kinsley
- Chris Wearn
- Amna Naeem
- Brodie Colton
- Rachael Cubbit
- Lewis Williams
- Samaira Saleem
- Liam Robson
- Abbie Knowles
- Adele Mitchell
- Ethan Eggleston
- Briony Claridge
- Sam Watson.
Get involved on social media
Keep up to date with the 2016 4Uth awards or share your story on social media:
- Follow @NottsCC and check out #4Uth on twitter
- Visit our Facebook page for the latest 4Uth news
- Find out about the latest nominees on Nottingham Post's Instagram and Mansfield Chad's Instragram.
Nottinghamshire Outstanding Achievement 4Uth Award
The awards are a celebration of excellence and achievement among our young people including those who:
- have triumphed over adversity
- care for people around them
- are working hard within their community to make a difference.
Nominees are identified by peers, youth leaders, teachers and family members as a special source of inspiration.
The award shortlist is decided by panels of young people will meet in each district during July and August. The panels will look at all the nominations from their district and select a local winner to go forward for the county award.
The seven local winners will then be considered by a final judges panel which will include the Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, the editor of the Nottingham Post, other senior politicians, the Chairperson of Nottinghamshire County Council's Young People’s Board and last year's winner of the award.