MKFM's Wes and Ros announced as hosts of Milton Keynes Mayor's Awards 2023

    MKFM Breakfast Show presenters Wes and Ros have been confirmed as hosts for the Milton Keynes Mayor's Awards on Friday 24th February 2023.

    The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Amanda Marlow, has been inviting residents to nominate individuals or groups that have made an impact in our community for the Milton Keynes Mayor's Awards 2023. Nominations closed on Friday 27th January and will now be considered by the judging panel. 

    The winner and two runners up from each category along with a plus one each will be invited to attend a formal presentation on Friday 24th February from 7pm during the Mayor's Civic Reception. MKFM Breakfast Show hosts Wes and Ros will host the presentation, alongside the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Amanda Marlow, and announce the deserving winners of the Milton Keynes Mayor's Awards 2023.

    2023 Award Categories

    Sports person of the year: Who has not only been successful but has overcome adversity to be at the top of their game.

    Coach of the year: Who inspires our sports men and women of the future.

    Arts, Culture and Heritage: Who has contributed to our City’s culture.

    Charity of the year: In your opinion, which charity has been the most outstanding.

    Volunteer of the year: Who has made the most significant impact at an organisation.

    Community Champion: For those who have made a difference where they live or work.

    Diversity and Inclusion: Milton Keynes is famed for its multi-cultural communities and for its accessibility – who has worked hard to improve the lives of others or a community?

    Education: Is there someone at your children’s nursery, school or college who has gone that extra mile.

    Health: For those who work or volunteer in across all our health sectors.

    Outstanding Corporate Contribution to Charity: For those who have gone above and beyond their corporate social responsibility.

    “It's been a unique year for Milton Keynes, with residents celebrating both the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, and the granting of Milton Keynes with City Status. We then had the very sad news of the death of HM The Queen on 8 September. Throughout this, the people of Milton Keynes have supported each other through a difficult year, affected by the highs and lows of not only national occasions and an international conflict, but also by everyday life” says Councillor Amanda Marlow. “I have heard of and witnessed so many wonderful acts of kindness. I have also listened to accounts of resiliency, generosity and selflessness and I know that this is just the tip of the iceberg of what happens in our City. I hope that the Mayor’s Awards will be the perfect opportunity to shine a light on someone or even an organisation, that has touched lives, as they deserve to be recognised for all that they do.”

    "I’m delighted to be hosting the Mayor's Awards on Friday 24 February 2023 from 19.00 during the Mayor's Civic Reception and we look forward to inviting the winner and two runners up from each category to attend along with a guest each.”

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