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Who will clean up at this years Streets Ahead awards?

Friday, 25 April 2014

For its third year running, The Evening Times and Clean Glasgow have teamed up for the 2014 Streets Ahead Awards. The awards honour those individuals in their communities who have helped transform the city of Glasgow over the past year.

This year the awards will be held in the Winter Gardens at the Peoples Palace on Glasgow Green, June 19. Awards will include best garden, best clean-up campaign, best environmental initiative, best community garden, best community initiative and best business initiative, plus a schools award. 

Since 2011, the awards have grown and developed into much look forward to event within the city. Streets Ahead is continuously supported each year with its partners including, City Charitable Trust, Glasgow Housing Association, ScotRail and The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. 

Sir Willie Haughey, who is chairman of City Charitable Trust, is an enthusiastic supporter of the awards and the good that it achieves for his beloved city. In a recent interview with The Evening Times, he spoke highly of the awards and the nominees:

"The Trust has worked tirelessly over the years to make Glasgow a city we can all be proud of.

"We're delighted to be involved with Streets Ahead, which allows us to work with our partners and the ordinary men, women, boys and girls of the city to continue to help improve the lives of all who live here."

The nominations for this years awards are now open and the awards are calling for all nominations to come forward. 

To nominate yourself or someone else, visit the awards website  or email lyndsay.wilson@heraldandtimes.co.uk nominations close on the 23rd of may. 

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