H&F Civic Honours

Nominate your H&F Hero for a 2023 Civic Honour

It’s that time of year when we take a moment to celebrate exceptional people across Hammersmith & Fulham.

We have all come across people who show extraordinary commitment to helping and supporting others in our community. And these last couple of years have been especially challenging. If you know someone who’s actions make H&F a stronger, safer, kinder and happier place, please consider nominating them for a civic honour.

The categories

The three categories are:

Civic honour for contributions to building a stronger, safer, kinder neighbourhood

Awarded to people who go above and beyond to make your neighbourhood a happier place to live.

Civic honour for contributions to building a stronger, safer, kinder Borough

Awarded for making a critical difference to improving people’s lives across Hammersmith & Fulham.

Civic honour for lifetime achievement

Awarded to people who have made a positive difference because they dedicated their lives to helping others in Hammersmith & Fulham.

These awards are our community’s chance to thank people for what they have done for all of us. To hear their story and recognise their contribution. If you know someone who deserves a civic honour, please write out a citation and send your nomination to us here.

Award criteria

You can nominate anyone who lives, works, studies or volunteers in H&F, or any community organisation working in the borough*. You can’t nominate yourself but if you’ve done something you’re proud of, you can encourage others to put your name forward. In all categories, we particularly welcome nominations for people or organisations who have celebrated, promoted or fostered diversity and inclusion.

* H&F councillors are not eligible to be nominated.

The closing date for nominations has now passed.

Once nominations have been judged, nominees will be invited to an awards ceremony on Thursday 30 March 2023 at Bush Hall.

Read about H&F Civic Honours Awards winners 2022

See more pictures from the 2022 event on our Flickr photo gallery

Image caption: Diana Belshaw picks up a special ‘Outstanding contribution to life’ award