Faith in Service

Didcot Town Council Awards

The Didcot Town Awards are held each year at Didcot Civic Hall are the aim is to celebrate the community and the great things Didcot residents have done throughout the year.

Anyone can nominate and anyone can be nominated! When nominations are open, a form can be found on this page or you can email to be sent a form.

Once the winners have been chosen, an awards night is held with all nominees invited to enjoy entertainment and a buffet meal.

Award Categories

Didcot Artistic Award
For those people who have made a contribution to artistic or cultural projects in Didcot.

Sporting Achievement Award
For those individuals, pairs, clubs, or teams who have made a significant contribution to sport

Service with a Smile Award
For those people who take pride in their work and make our days better when we see them

Young Volunteer or Charity Fundraiser Award (under 21)
This is for young people who deserve recognition for volunteering regularly or have raised money for charity

Lifetime Achievement Award
For those people who have gone that extra mile during their working Career

Unsung Hero Award
For those people who work incredibly hard for the community with little recognition – nominations need not be for volunteering only

John Eldridge Award for Voluntary Service Award
For those people who have diligently served the local community through voluntary service. Can be an individual or a group.
Mrs Jean Eldridge donated the John Eldridge award following her husband's death whilst serving as Deputy Mayor of Didcot in 1992. It felt appropriate to found an award in his name to recognise voluntary work undertaken in Didcot.

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Past Winners

Last updated: Fri, 13 May 2022 09:39