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Vote now to choose your community heroes!13 September 2021

Published 13 September 2021
Voting for the winners of our Love Where You Live Awards opens today. You can place your votes for your community champions on the dedicated website, which has information on each finalist.

The results are in for this year’s Love Where You Live shortlist3 September 2021

Published 3 September 2021
Our judges have deliberated and whittled 93 strong nominations for our tenth Love Where You Live Awards down to 30 successful shortlisted finalists who all demonstrated community spirit over the last year.

Over 90 nominations received for your community heroes!10 August 2021

Published 10 August 2021
We asked and you listened! With your help we have received 93 nominations for community heroes from across the Wakefield district, in our tenth annual Love Where You Live Awards, this is 69% more than last year’s total.

Celebrating 10 years of WDH’s Love Where You Live awards5 July 2021

Published 5 July 2021
This year WDH is celebrating 10 years of its annual Love Where You Live awards which recognises young achievers and community heroes in the Wakefield district who make a positive difference to their communities.

Gabby Round was our Young Achiever at this year's Love Where You Live Awards!17 November 2020

Published 17 November 2020
Gabby saw off the competition to take the prize for Young Achiever in our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards event.

Terry Armitage was our Best Garden winner at this year's Love Where You Live Awards!16 November 2020

Published 16 November 2020
Terry was the winner of the Best Garden Award at this year’s first ever all digital Love Where You Live Awards event.

The Well Project were our Love Where You Live Community Group Winners!13 November 2020

Published 13 November 2020
The Well Project fought off the competition to be named as this year’s Community Group winners at our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.

Our Love Where You Live Digital in the Community winners were Incredible Edible12 November 2020

Published 12 November 2020
After narrowly missing out on first place in this category last year, Incredible Edible gave it another shot in 2020. This year they were crowned our Digital in the Community winners, in our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.

Our Love Where You Live Arts and Culture winner was Rachel List11 November 2020

Published 11 November 2020
Rachel List was this year’s Arts and Culture Award winner at our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.

Our Working with young people and working with older people winners were The Addy and Wild Tots and Friends!10 November 2020

Published 10 November 2020
The Addy in Knottingley won two awards at our Love Where You Live Awards 2020. They took home the award for Working with Young People and their Wild Tots and Friends intergenerational sessions scooped the award for Working with Older People.
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