2017 Community Group Quality Awards 

Rotherham Community Groups can apply again for awards to be presented in 2017 with 12 awards to apply for and cash for your group to be won. Two sets of awards will be available – six Gold and six Silver  Awards.  Awards will be granted in governance, communication, involving people, policies, finance and making a difference. Awards will be assessed by an independent panel.  Groups have to be run by and for volunteer community members. 

RotherFed is looking for more sponsors for all 12 awards to enable cash prizes to be presented to the winning community groups.  £200 enables your company to sponsor a single category and present at the Community Group Awards Ceremony at the Tenant Conference on Wednesday 5th July 2017 at New York Stadium. 

Sponsors already confirmed for 2017 awards:

To apply for an Achievement Award or to sponsor any of the 6 categories  please contact RotherFed on 01709 368515 or contact  us. Groups have up to Friday 30th June 2017 to get their application forms completed.

2016 Community Group Quality Awards

Community group awards were presented to 12 groups in six quality areas at the Tenant Conference at Silverwood Miners Welfare Club on Tuesday 5th July 2016.

Governance

The gold award went to  Clarence Howard TARA who were presented with a cheque for £100. The silver award went to Manor Farm TARA who were presented with a cheque for £50. This award was sponsored by Keep Moat.

Clarence Howard TARA -Gold Award

Communication

The gold award went to Hellaby Community Project who were presented with a cheque for £100. The silver award went to KBUG who were presented with a cheque for £50. This award was sponsored by Anchor Housing Trust.

Hellaby Community Project - Gold Award

Making a Difference

The gold award went to Kimberworth Park TARA who were presented with a cheque for £100. The silver award went to Henley TARA who were presented with a cheque for £50. This award was sponsored by Home Instead.

Kimberworth Park TARA - Gold Award 

Henley TARA - Silver Award

Policies

The gold award went to Aston TARA who recieved a cheque for £100. The silver award went to Fitzwilliam Association who recieved a cheque for £50. These awards were sponsored by RotherFed. 

Aston TARA - Gold award

Fitzwilliam Association - Silver Award

Involving People

The gold award went to Bakersfield Court Tenants association who recieved a cheque for £100. The silver award went to the Lings Monday Club who recieved a cheque for £50. This award was sponsored by Target Housing. 

Bakersfield Court - Gold Award

Lings Monday Club - Silver Award

Finance

The gold award went to Oaktrees TARA who received a £100 cheque. The silver award went to Peregrin Way TARA who recieved a £50 cheque. The sponsor was Together Housing. 

Oaktrees TARA