Worcestershire’s premier annual young people awards celebrate the efforts of those, who despite health, disability or social problems manage to overcome adversity and ‘get the job done’, at home, at school or college, or within the community.
We believe such effort, commitment and determination should not go unrecognised, so if you work with or have contact with young achievers, volunteers or carers, make sure you nominate your own unsung hero!
You can nominate a young person or a group of young people in the following categories:
This award acknowledges the outstanding contribution that adult volunteers make to our clubs and organisations; celebrating the special or remarkable who make a real difference to the young people in Worcestershire.
All nominees receive a certificate of recognition of their achievement. The most outstanding in each category can also be nominated to receive a Tryangle Award, which are presented at a special gala awards ceremony in March 2018.
Any ‘tryer’ aged 11-19 or up to 24 with a disability, who has not previously received a Tryangle Award within the same category can be nominated for a young person’s award. Any volunteer aged over 18 can be nominated for the adult’s award.
Nominate by completing our simple and quick online form:
Download our Tryangle Awards Leaflet for more information about the awards. Tryangle leaflet 2018
See the 2017 awards recipients here.
Deadline for nominations is Sunday 11th February 2018, 5pm.