Nominate your community hero and together we'll highlight local champions and reward a special someone with a family ticket to the Wild Place Project.
Amid Covid-19, many of us are looking for a silver lining to brighten our days, and to be inspired by those doing good at a time where kindness is needed more than ever.
We’ve been so touched by the support and dedication from people during this difficult period, from the legendary Captain Tom Moore’s fundraising efforts, to the time given up by volunteers - including our amazing Smart Data Manager Emma, a volunteer Special Constable in response to the national emergency.
Thankfully, some good has emerged from the pandemic. And so, in recognition and appreciation of people making a difference – the bright sparks practising acts of kindness – we’ve launched ‘Bristol Energy’s Community Heroes’.
‘Bristol Energy’s Community Heroes’
Bristol Energy was set up as a force for social good. We want to reward those doing social good and powering positive energy in our communities; whether they’re delivering essentials to vulnerable neighbours, working tirelessly on the frontline or simply making you smile when it may feel there’s not a lot to smile about.
Nurses, carers, teachers, fundraisers, parents, siblings – maybe it’s your postman, binman, or the local shop donating personal protective equipment to those in need of it. Tell us, who’s brightening your day? We’re pleased to have partnered with our friends at the Wild Place Project, who’ve been powered by our green electricity and lower carbon gas since 2019, to play our part in thanking community heroes.
Over the next two weeks, we’re asking you to nominate your community hero, so we can highlight all the amazing people doing good and treat a special someone to a family ticket (admission for two adults and two children) to the Wild Place Project as a thank you from all of us.*
How to nominate your community hero
It’s quick and easy to nominate your hero. Simply:
Tag Bristol Energy in a post on social media (Twitter, Facebook or Instagram) or reply in the comment section on one of our social media posts about the campaign.
Or email your nomination to email@example.com.
Remember to let us know why they deserve a treat.
Please make sure you’ve asked your nominee if they’re happy to be named, as we’ll be sharing all the lovely stories of community heroes with the world.
To give us all a buzz, we’ll highlight all the inspirational nominees over the next two weeks, shortlist the submissions and then ask the public to vote for a winner. Together, let’s shout out our hidden, unsung heroes, celebrate community spirit and reward someone who’s going above and beyond.
*The Wild Place Project sadly had to close its doors to the public in March, but the winner’s tickets will be valid when the attraction reopens, and remain valid for 12 months.
Terms and conditions:
- The ’Bristol Energy’s Community Heroes’ nomination campaign opens at 09:00 on Wednesday 27th May 2020 and closes on Tuesday 9th June 2020 at 23.59.
- All nominations must be endorsed by another person either by tagging Bristol Energy’s social media handle on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, or emailing the nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please ensure you have received permission from your nominee to be included in the ‘Bristol Energy’s Community Heroes’ campaign before submission. Nominees therefore permit Bristol Energy, its partners and the media to share photographs online and in print publications. Nominees also permit Bristol Energy to contact them directly should they win.
- Bristol Energy will shortlist nominees and then run a poll via social media, offering the public the opportunity to choose the winner on or after Wednesday 10th June 2020.
- The winner will be rewarded a family ticket (admission for two adults and two children) to the Wild Place Project. The tickets will be valid for one year, from when the attraction reopens to the public.
- Bristol Energy will contact the winner on or after Wednesday 10th June 2020 and provide details of obtaining the prize (this may include an e-ticket to the Wild Place Project, or tickets to arrive by post).
- The prize does not include the cost of travel or accommodation, or any other expenses.
- The prize is not negotiable or transferable.
- Children under the age of two and carers have free admission to the Wild Place Project.
- Find out more about the Wild Place Project.