We’re delighted to announce that our annual Resident Celebration Event is back for its third year, and with two new award categories it’s the biggest one yet. The aim of our celebration event is to recognise and show appreciation of the work that our involved residents or resident/community groups have done, and to celebrate resident outcomes and achievements. One of the highlights in Radian’s calendar, this year will also give those attending a chance to showcase some of the fantastic achievements of our residents and communities.
We know you have many individuals and groups who do great work and have achieved great things and we need to hear about them! Please support our celebration event by providing nominations by following the link below.
This award is for a Radian resident who has helped make their neighbourhood a better place to live. They might have regularly picked up litter, helped to make the estate look inviting and welcoming, or just been a friendly face with a real desire to help and support their neighbours.
This award honours Radian residents who have given up their time to organise events or activities that have brought a community together. They may have helped people feel less isolated or lonely, offered new skills, or generally helped to improve people’s health & wellbeing. This could include an individual or group that has successfully secured local or national funding to start or develop a project that has really changed peoples’ lives for the better.
This award is for Radian residents under the age of 18 who have made a significant different to their community. They may have been involved with community events, given their time to support a local group or been directly involved in a project which has improved a communal area.
This award will go to a resident who has overcome personal barriers and has changed their life for the better. They might have completed training or found regular employment. They might have started their own business or made changes to their life that have significantly improved their wellbeing.
This award is for a resident association or community group that has had direct input into successful outcomes for their local area. They might have helped to develop the skills of people within their community, made positive changes in areas such as fly tipping or anti-social behaviour, or secured local or national funding for a project to improve the lives of those within their community.
This award will go to a Radian resident who has been significantly involved with at least one involvement group and directly influenced at least two outcomes, such as saving money, improving satisfaction, reducing anti-social behaviour, or making improvements to estate or communal areas.
This award will honour projects and campaigns that have had a positive impact on the natural environment of our communities. This might be a project that encourages recycling, upcycling, re-distributing discarded clothes, food or furniture. It could be a project that encourages litter picking, gardening, or growing fruits, vegetables or flowers.
This award is for those Radian residents who consistently work hard for their communities but who may not get the recognition they deserve. They might run events or projects within the community that have had a positive impact on others, or they might regularly provide support for their neighbours, or make small changes that have made a big difference.