More people nominated for a Pride in Bath award
A headteacher who has worked for 20 years at a Bath primary school and a man who helped save a crew member from drowning in the North Sea are among the latest people to be nominated for a Pride in Bath Award.
The awards, organised by The Bath Chronicle and BMI Bath Clinic, aim to recognise those who have made a difference in their community, shown great bravery, courage and determination, or done something else remarkable.
Headteacher Anne Bull has been nominated in the Public Sector Hero of the Year category, which recognises the public sector workers who deserve recognition for the dedication they have shown to their job.
Mrs Bull has worked at Weston All Saints Primary School for 20 years, and her commitment to her pupils has been recognised nationally.
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Last year she scooped the Head Teacher of the Year award at the Pearson Teaching Awards.
Under her leadership WASPS has tripled in size and has been graded as outstanding by Ofsted.
Offshore project manager Chris Waterman has been nominated in the Heroic Act of the Year category for his brave actions when his support vessel Bibby Topaz ran adrift.
The accident severed the cords attached to divers 80 metres below the surface.
One of the divers, Chris Lemon, was left with just his emergency oxygen tank for 40 minutes before his crew mates, under the leadership of Mr Waterman, got control of the vessel and could return and find him.
Mr Waterman was recently presented with an award for outstanding contribution going beyond the call of duty from Bibby Offshore.
The Pride in Bath awards are made up of eight categories – Carer, Community Champion, Heroic Act, Charity Fundraiser or Volunteer, Young Person, Environmental Hero, Public Sector Hero, and GP Practice.
If there's an unsung hero in your family, street, school, workplace or charity, nominate them via www.thisisbath. co.uk/prideawards.
An awards ceremony will be held on March 7 at the Assembly Rooms.