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Date published: 04 October 2023
Man of Rochdale 2022 Dave Richardson with Mayor Ali Ahmed
Now is the time to make your nomination for the Man of Rochdale 2023.
Springhill Hospice’s prestigious Man of Rochdale Luncheon returns on Friday 24 November for an afternoon filled with incredible food, drink and entertainment, to honour the amazing achievements of the men of Rochdale.
Last year, Dave Richardson was crowned the Man of Rochdale, in recognition of his incredible work raising well over £300k for charities including Pendlebury Children’s Hospital, Parkinson’s funding, Kelly’s Campaign, Peace Aid Ukraine and many other worthy local causes.
Springhill Hospice is asking locals to nominate the unsung heroes in their communities, and shine a light on those who deserve recognition.
Any nomination for the Man of Rochdale award can only be considered if they meet the following criteria:
All nominations will be reviewed by the Man of Rochdale Committee, and those who have been shortlisted will be invited to attend the award luncheon, for an afternoon of entertainment and where the winner will be announced.
To submit your nomination for the Man of the Rochdale 2023, please complete the online form at www.springhill.org.uk/man-of-rochdale. Alternatively, you can email your nomination and endorsement to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your nomination should be no more than 500 words.
The closing date for nominations is Monday 30 October 2023.
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