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Plymouth awards for disability achievements


Nominations wanted for BASH awards

Plymouth police are inviting the community to nominate people with disabilities in the City who deserve to win an award.

The BASH (be active, be safe, be healthy) awards include seven areas based on being active, keeping safe and staying healthy. They will recognise the winning individual/s and runners-up for their positive achievements. Winners will each receive an award and runners-up will receive a certificate.

The awards will be held on Thursday 21June at the Futures Inn Plymouth and nominations are open until 28 May.

Diversity officer, PC Martin Whitehouse said:  I am aware that many people who live with disabilities overcome incredible challenges and the awards recognise just some of these. We are welcoming entries which help us celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities in Plymouth.”

Nominations can be made by the public, people with disabilities or their family, friends or carers. For more information and to make your nomination and book a place at the event please visit


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