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Tell us who makes us all proud

JUST two weeks into our Pride of Guernsey Awards search and entries are starting to roll in for those in our Bailiwick doing extraordinary things every day. We want to hear about islanders who rarely, until now, receive a mention, yet without them our home would not be the great place it is. This year’s nomination period has started later and is shorter than for our inaugural awards, so make sure you don’t miss the chance to put forward someone you think should be acknowledged.

Pride of Guernsey ‘celebrates wonderful community spirit’

Pride of Guernsey: 'Worked tirelessly to make St Peter Port beautiful'

Pride of Guernsey: 'A great job in keeping Christmas lights on'

Pride of Guernsey: 'Gives hours to support his parish'

Pride of Guernsey: 'He makes it my venue of choice'

Pride of Guernsey: 'Always so cheerful and welcoming'

Pride of Guernsey: 'From cruise passenger welcome to historical re-enactment'

Pride of Guernsey: Jean-Paul Segers - ‘a deserving hero’

Pride of Guernsey: Mo Ismail - 'She is incredibly kind and warm-hearted'

Pride of Guernsey: Oncology nurses - ‘a truly great team'

Download this form to nominate your Pride of Guernsey hero

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Pride of Guernsey: Sectors vital to island life

Pride of Guernsey: Connecting the community

Pride of Guernsey: A quiet army of carers

Pride of Guernsey: Our community’s guardian angels

Pride of Guernsey: Shine a light on hidden angels

Pride of Guernsey: Celebrate your local hero

Pride of Guernsey: Teachers build our society

Pride of Guernsey: A special type of strength

Pride of Guernsey: A vital role in family life

Pride of Guernsey: 'Parents deserve a public thank-you'

Pride of Guernsey: A reward for special effort

Priaulxs back on stage for Pride of Guernsey

Pride of Guernsey: Winners proud to be faces of 2017 awards

Pride of Guernsey: Proud to be back

Pride of Guernsey 2016 - A proud moment

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