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News coverage and radio interviews.
20th May 2020
Council communications officer recognised for work during crisis
BBC WM - Teaching disadvantaged young people
BBC WM - Online classes to help get Wolverhampton active
20th May 2020
Council’s press officer thanked for helping Lichfield community
BBC WM - How one school is providing education in the community
BBC WM - Walking the streets in the early hours to house rough sleepers
BBC WM - Delivering thousands of food parcels to most vulnerable residents
BBC WM - Recognising the great work of our councils
BBC WM - Implementing social distancing shops
News from #WMHeroes.
WME launch new initiative to recognise West Midland’s local council heroes who are helping fight Covid-19
Communications Officer recognised for outstanding
Lichfield District Council Communications Officer recognised for outstanding contribution to community.
Chasing Debt To Issuing Grants
Stratford District Council worker recognised for outstanding contribution to business & wider Stratford community.
Great leadership in the face of pandemic
Sarah Rouse, Independent Leader of Malvern Hills District Council, is recognised for outstanding contribution to the community.
Online classes and tackling obesity
#Everydayhero Sean McBurney, Head of Leisure and Wellbeing, at Wolverhampton City Council, prepares leisure centres for post lockdown.
A virtual commitment
South Staffordshire Council worker recognised for outstanding contribution.
Outstanding contribution to school
Sandwell principal recognised for outstanding contribution to school.
Getting the ground running before lockdown
Executive Director of Rugby Borough Council recognised for how she stepped to the fore when the pandemic hit.
Teaching in a virtual world
Warwickshire County Council youth worker recognised for outstanding contribution to community.
Mobile neighbourhood watch
Bin men in Nuneaton and Bedworth do a lot more than collect waste – they act as a mobile neighbourhood watch.
An Outstanding contribution to the community
Worcestershire County Council care worker recognised for outstanding contribution to community.
Sharing the joy of reading
Telford and Wrekin launch Kindle Kindness project to help people in care homes stay connected
I’ve been on the other side of the service…
Wyre Forest District Council worker recognised for outstanding contribution to the community.
Serving our most vulnerable residents
City of Wolverhampton Council worker recognised for work creating a huge food distribution centre to support over 35,000 vulnerable people.