Suffolk: Ensors backs High Sheriff’s community award
EAST Anglian chartered accountants firm Ensors is to sponsor the Suffolk Community Partnership of the Year award, part of the county’s High Sheriff Awards run by the Suffolk foundation.
The community partnership award aims to recognise the way in which two or more groups or organisations have worked together to make a real difference to their community by addressing law and order issues.
Ensors partner Graham Page said: “Throughout Suffolk a lot of voluntary-led groups work tirelessly to improve their communities – making our county a safer and better place to live.
“Ensors are pleased to support this work and recognise the efforts that, all too often, pass by unnoticed.”
Stephen Miles, the High Sheriff of Suffolk, added: “The High Sheriff’s Awards run by The Suffolk Foundation seek to recognize these groups and volunteers and celebrate their work.
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“Please help us to identify these groups and individuals whose unselfish efforts make such a difference as much of the work goes on unnoticed and without recognition.”
Further information and nomination forms can be found on www.suffolkfoundation.org.uk .
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The High Sheriff Awards will be presented at a ceremony to be held on March 8, 2012 at the cathedral in Bury St Edmunds.