Judges to pick Wish shortlist
Inspirational people of all ages have been nominated for the Chronicle's Pride in Bath awards, and now the judging panel has the difficult decision of picking a shortlist.
The awards, organised by the Chronicle and BMI Bath Clinic, aim to salute unsung heroes from across the city.
Readers have been nominating people they feel deserve an award, and that process is now complete.
A panel made up of BMI and Chronicle representatives will judge the nominations on Monday, selecting a top three in each category.
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The results will then be printed in next week's Chronicle, with the winner announced at an award ceremony at the Assembly Room on March 7.
There are eight categories: Carer, Community Champion, Heroic Act, Charity Fundraiser or Volunteer, Young Person, Environmental Hero, Public Sector Hero, and GP Practice.
From caring for a relative, to supporting a charity or litter picking, there are many people in the community who perform selfless service.
The awards aim to recognise these people and the work that they do.
The winners of each category will receive £500, with a £1,500 prize for the best GP practice.
â WISH finalists, pages 39-42