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Pride of Birmingham 2018

By Eva Simpson
Randhir Singh Heer holds his Pride of Birmingham Award in one hand and punches the air with the other

Nominations open for the TSB Community Partner Award

The search for this year’s Pride of Birmingham TSB Community Partner Award winner has begun.

We are looking for individuals or groups who have worked tirelessly to improve the lives of people in their communities, or who have positively transformed the local area.

Last year’s TSB Community Partner Award winner, Randhir Singh Heer (pictured), devotes his time to helping others. He is the co-founder of Midland Langar Seva Society, which serves meals to homeless people and those in need across the Midlands 365 days a year. The work of the charity, which Randhir set up with his friend Parmjit Singh Bahyia, has now spread to 17 towns and cities across the UK.

Dawn Megginson, Area Director for TSB West Midlands said: “I encourage everyone to help us recognise the exceptional people who contribute to making Birmingham great. Together let’s make sure 2018 is the best yet for people helping people.”

If you know someone who deserves to be recognised for a TSB Community Partner Award, you can nominate them here.

Don’t delay – nominations will close on Friday 26 January.

The winner will be announced at the star-studded Pride of Birmingham Awards, in partnership with TSB, at the Great Hall, University of Birmingham on Tuesday 8 March.