Try Angle Awards 2016
These awards were introduced in 1994 to raise the profile of people aged 11-18 or who are special needs aged up to 25 in the community who really try , often with little recognition, to do their best.
- Arts - recognising personal achievement in the arts, in any form.
- Music - recognising personal achievement in music in any form.
- Sport or outdoor activities - recognising personal achievement in a sport or outdoor activity, demonstrating sportsmanship, fair play and commitment.
- Community action - recognising the contribution made to the community or in such initiatives as school councils, youth forums, charities or environmental projects.
- Good friends and young carers - recognising those who spend time being a good friend or carer to another in their family or the local community.
- Personal development - recognising special achievement in education, training, or other activities not covered in other categories.
- Courage - recognising acts of courage displayed in coping bravely with illness or other adversity.
- Positive intervention - recognising an intervention where an individual or group has prevented harm, bullying, discrimination or damage.
All nominees receive a Try Angle certificate in recognition of their nomination. The Spirit of Try Angle final will take place November 2016.
The 2016 awards are now closed. You can view a list of finalists and winners.
For further information or any queries call 03000 42 14 06 or email EHPSBusSuppCentral@kent.gov.uk