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Bury Free Press Community Awards 2021: Awards a great opportunity to acknowledge businesses and individuals, says arc shopping centre manager



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The 2021 Bury Free Press Community Awards are fast approaching, and the time to cast your votes is getting shorter.

The awards, climaxing with a ceremony on September 16 at the historic Guildhall, in Bury, are a celebration of people who have contributed something positive to the town in the past year or so.

The awards up for grabs include, among others: Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Best Event by a Community Group, Good Deed, Eco Friendly and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Steve Bunce, arc shopping centre manager. Picture: Mecha Morton.
Steve Bunce, arc shopping centre manager. Picture: Mecha Morton.

The award we are shining a spotlight on this week is the Good Deed category, sponsored by the arc shopping centre.

Steve Bunce, centre manager, said: “We are proud to sponsor the Good Deed category of the Bury Free Press 2021 Community Awards.

"Bury St Edmunds is a town with a strong sense of community and we’re pleased to celebrate and support our town.

All the winners of the inaugural Bury Free Press Community Awards 2019. Picture: Mark Bullimore.
All the winners of the inaugural Bury Free Press Community Awards 2019. Picture: Mark Bullimore.

“Here at arc shopping centre, we continue to put our community at the forefront and support local organisations and charities.

"The Bury Free Press 2021 Community Awards showcase a great opportunity to acknowledge other local businesses and individuals within our community and to give them the recognition they deserve.”

You have until July 26 to cast your votes for this year's Community Awards.

To vote, go to: www.iliffemediapromotions.co.uk/bury-community-awards/