Bumper crop of entries expected for Prince of Wales award
- Credit: Devon County Show
The Devon County Agricultural Association is expecting a bumper crop of entries this year for the 2021 Prince of Wales Award.
Have you set up a not-for-profit group or project in Devon designed to benefit your community over the past 12 months?
Maybe you’ve set up a food bank. Perhaps you run a choir group. Are you a support group who has found ways to connect regularly online with those who are vulnerable?
Are you finding ways to help people deal with mental health issues?
The Prince of Wales Award 2021 is open to any group/organisation that is making a genuine difference to the community especially during this challenging time.
The winning entry will receive a cheque for £1,000 which will need to be invested in furthering your project.
To check whether your project/initiative is eligible visit Prince of Wales Award 2021.pdf (devoncountyshow.co.uk) to download the entry form.
Entries need to be in by May 1. Shortlisted entries will be judged via Zoom in May. The winner will be announced at the end of May and invited to the Devon County Show in July to formally accept the award.
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