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Coventry Community Cohesion Awards 2016

Coventry held its sixth cohesion awards earlier this month with fourteen organisations shortlisted in seven categories.

Dozens of organisations entered the awards which have become a regular feature on the city’s calendar.

The awards celebrate projects which build upon the city’s heritage as a city of peace and reconciliation. The awards highlight examples of good community relations recognising what local people have done for Coventry to remain a cohesive city.

Cllr Abdul Khan, Deputy Leader of the Council, said: “I’m proud to be involved in the cohesion awards. We have a rich and varied list of entrants.

It reflects the work being achieved at a grassroots level and they all fully deserve to receive the recognition.”

A new award in this year’s awards is promoting positive ageing award, this recognises the contribution that older people make to community life.

The Coventry Cohesion Awards is organised by the Partnership for Coventry

Find out more here.

Results and categories are:

Voluntary/Community (Large)

Activities run by large voluntary or community organisations
income above £50,000 per annum)

Winner:

Coventry Law Centre – Work of the Coventry Law Centre
Runners-up:
Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre – The Sathi Project
Groundwork West Midlands – Cook and Eat Well Coventry

Voluntary/Community (Small)

Activities run by small voluntary or community groups
(income below £50,000 per annum)

Winner:

Carriers of Hope Coventry – Circle of Friends and other activities
Runner up:

EnV (Coventry) C.I.C – Coventry Ambassador Volunteer Programme

Public Sector

Activities run by the public sector

Winner:

The Pod, Coventry City Council – Food Union
Runner up:

Coventry University Students’ Union – Gen2Gen

Young People

Activities for young people aged 18 and under

Winner:

Positive Youth Foundation – Positive Futures
Runner up:
The Challenge – National Citizens Service (NCS)

Private Sector

Activities where the private sector is working with communities

Winner:

EnV (Coventry) C.I.C – Coventry Ambassador Volunteer Programme

Peace and Reconciliation

Activities where an individual or group is promoting or embracing Peace and Reconciliation.

Winner:

Antony Owen
Runner up:
Coventry Citizens Advice Integration Project

Promoting Positive Ageing

Maintaining a positive attitude, keeping fit and healthy, and engaging fully in community life as you age.

Winner:

AgeUK Coventry – Dosti
Runner: up:
Bell Green Silver Surfers – Computer Club for Seniors

Community Cohesion Awards 2016

Community Cohesion Awards 2016

Community Cohesion Awards 2016

Community Cohesion Awards 2016