Wolves Captain Kick-Starts Search For Wolverhampton Young Citizen Of The Year 2018

Wolverhampton Wanderers team captain, Conor Coady has kick-started this year’s bid to find the city’s Young Citizen of the Year.

Conor Coady, of Wolverhampton Wanderers, with 2017 Award winners Amy Nicholas and Darram Kooner 

This year’s awards were officially launched at Wolves’ training ground along with the Deputy Mayor, councillors, judges and a former winners.

Conor Coady said: “I am delighted to support these awards which recognises and celebrates young people who go the extra mile to help others.”

Conor Coady with 2017 Award Winners Amy Nicholas and Darram Kooner The Deputy Mayor, Cll.Phil Page, Deputy Mayoress Elaine Hadley Howell,  Chairman of Judges, Peter Madeley who is Political Editor of the Express and Star, and Chairman of the Organising  Committee, Roger Timbrell representing the five Rotary Clubs in the City who sponsor the event

Organised by the city’s five Rotary clubs, in partnership with the City Council, Express & Star, Wolves, Waitrose and The Way Youth Zone, the awards are now in their fifth year. They recognise youngsters aged 14-19 who have made a significant contribution to the city and celebrate their achievements.

Anyone can nominate a young person who lives, goes to school or works within the borough of Wolverhampton. For more details about the award, plus entry forms, visit  www.wolverhamptonyoungcitizen.org.uk.

Nomination forms are also available from the Civic Centre and Waitrose on Penn Road in Wolverhampton and entries are open until the end of May.

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