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Save the date: Nominations open for the High Sheriff Awards on 12 August 2021

The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Lionel Wallace DL, is inviting the people of Hertfordshire to save the date of Thursday, 12 August 2021.
The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Lionel Wallace DL

During his year in office The High Sheriff is focusing on helping the youth of Hertfordshire to thrive. He has undertaken activities and given his support to projects which are encouraging opportunities for young people to advance, be confident, committed and community minded. He is carrying this theme into his High Sheriff Awards.

On Thursday the 12th of August nominations for this year’s award programme. Nominations will take place both at the High Sheriff’s Youth in Herts Fun Day event at the St Albans Cathedral and online via HCF's website.


The High Sheriff said: "Please diarise this event as if you can, I welcome you to join me to celebrate and promote the youth of Hertfordshire at St Albans Cathedral on International Youth Day, 12 August 2021. We have a variety of activities and stalls planned for the day. You will also be able to submit your nominations for my High Sheriff Award programme. I want to recognise and celebrate the voluntary organisations who are helping to increase opportunities for young people to excel. I hope to see you all there."

To find out more about the event please visit https://www.highsheriffofhertfordshire.org.uk/international-youth-day-celebration-2021

To find out more about the High Sheriff Awards 2021 CLICK HERE.




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