4Uth award

4Uth awards nominations now open

The Nottinghamshire Outstanding Achievement 4Uth award aims to recognise young people who have achieved a great deal and pushed their personal boundaries, whatever they may be. It is the council's initiative to celebrate the achievements of young people across Nottinghamshire.

Nominations are welcome for any individual or group of young people aged between 10 and 19 and up to 24 if the young person has a disability or is a care leaver. All young people nominated must either reside, work or be in education in Nottinghamshire.

The next awards ceremony will be autumn 2023. We will celebrate the achievements of all of the young people who have been nominated and will announce the overall 2023 award winner.

To nominate, use this link: 4Uth award | Nottinghamshire County Council.

By completing this form via the link above you understand that your information will be sent to Nottinghamshire County Council who will keep it securely and use it. For details on how and why the County Council collects and uses personal information, see our Community Awards Privacy Notice.

You must have permission of the person you wish to nominate before sharing their data with us.

Nominations are open now until Monday 19 June 2023.

Highlights from last years awards can be seen here: 4Uth 2023 promo trailer.

4Uth awards 2022

The 2022 winners include those who have overcome major challenges in their lives, such as bereavement, trauma and illness, and have gone on to make significant achievements, including raising thousands for charity, caring for friends and relatives, and becoming valued members of their community.

Past awards

In 2020, for the first time, groups were nominated as well as individuals, and there were seven winners rather than one overall winner. Nominations were sent in by friends, family, schools, youth groups and voluntary organisations:

4Uth Awards: 2020 winners

2019 4Uth Awards

The winners of the 2019 received their awards at a special awards ceremony at Nottinghamshire County Hall on Friday 22 November 2019. The overall countywide winner was Jasmine Chapman.

Find out more about the 2019 winners.

2018 4Uth Awards

District youth panels selected the seven district winners and awarded the overall countywide winner at a special awards ceremony held at County Hall on Friday 26 October 2018.

Find out more about the district winners for 2018. 

2017 4Uth Awards

Find out more about the district winners for 2017.

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