Keynsham Good Citizen Award

The Keynsham Good Citizen Award was set up by the Town Council in 2007 and is aimed at recognising the residents of Keynsham who provide support, services and activities that benefit the town.

2019/20 Nominations Now Closed

Nominations for this year's award have now closed. Due to COVID-19, the Annual Town Meeting and Good Citizen presentation was cancelled. The winners have been informed and a new date for the presentation will be arranged once social gatherings are allowed again.

For further information please contact Keynsham Town Council 15-17 Temple Street, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1HF | Tel: 0117-9868683 | email deputytownclerk@keynsham-tc.gov.uk.

2019 Winners

 

Erica Davies

2019 KEYNSHAM GOOD CITIZEN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

 

In 2019 Erica Davies was given the lifetime achievement award for the amazing work she does with the Keynsham Wombles. Erica is an integral part of the litter picking organisation which continues to combat litter and promote environmentally friendly ways of living within the town, including at the Keynsham Winter Festival and Keynsham Music Festival.

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Richard Dyson

2019 KEYNSHAM GOOD CITIZEN AWARD

The 2019 Keynsham Good Citizen Award was given to the President of the Keynsham and Saltford Local History Society, Richard Dyson. In 2018 the society played a big role in the town's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the flooding in 1968. As well as producing a booklet which with stories and photos of the Great Flood, the society were also instumental in locating and then erecting the 'Abbot's Seat' memorial in Keynsham Memorial Park; Richard was one of the speakers at the memorial's unveiling.

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2018 Winners

Mary Burnard

2018 KEYNSHAM GOOD CITIZEN AWARD

Mary Burnard is one of the founding members of Keynsham Talking News; a recorded version of local news delivered to visually impaired people living in Keynsham and Saltford.

The Talking News started in 1983 and 35 years later Mary continues to be an integral member of the team, working as the Liaison Officer.

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