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Good Neighbour Awards

CARING: Do you know ‘selfless and thoughtful’ people? Nominate them for a Good Neighbours Award

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Nominate a helpful neighbour near you

FUN: St Peter’s Dancing Club at the Just Good Friends afternoon tea at King George’s Hall, Blackburn

GOOD NEIGHBOURS 2015: Afternoon of tea and friendship for retirees

We are looking for those who make their streets and neighbourhoods a better place

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Seeking out our unsung heroes

Singer Joyce Kay of Blackburn, is joined on the mike by 89 year old Kathleen Heys of Darwen, during the Good Friends afternoon at Derwent Hall, Darwen.

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Artists prove they are the best of friends

The event will feature more than 30 employers looking to recruit

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Real chances on offer for the new job seekers

Cllr Ron O’Keeffe gave the money to Ros Duerden who manages the foodbank

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Caring community gives food for thought

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Centenary events just the start of war memorial

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Centenary events just the start of war memorial

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: How to enter...

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: How to enter...

Pippa Wakefield

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: What makes a good neighbour?

A corporate meal for two at Blackburn Rovers at a match of the winner’s choice

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Prizes

Carrie Nestor

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Neighbours speak

Kate Hollern

Good Neighbours Awards 2015: Council leader's message

Delighted Peter Leyden, 78, of Blackburn, with his certificate

GOOD NEIGHBOURS AWARDS: Heart-warming ceremony recognises inspiring champions of our community

Wayne Hemingway

Wayne Hemingway backs Blackburn with Darwen 'Good Neighbours Awards'

Clean-up king Maurice Ffelan with Kate Hollern

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Seeking out our unsung heroes

All the winners and nominees gather at last year’s Good Neighbours Awards

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Night which recognised such a wonderful group

A Coronation street party in Delamere Street, Mill Hill, 1953

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Looking out for people is our way

East Lancs WW1 soldiers

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Fund to help host First World War memorial events

Volunteer Farah Hussain, Bastwell councillor Iftakhar Hussain and council leader Kate Hollern

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Dedicated to helping our deaf children

A skate park is the big aim

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: Giving young people a voice for change

Councillor Kate Hollern, leader of Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: 'Overwhelming to meet amazing people'

The Square Meadow clean-up squad

Good Neighbours Awards 2014: We called and you responded in style

Maurice accepts his award from Blackburn with Darwen Council leader Kate Hollern

Blackburn community volunteer's hard work recognised

An emotional Richard Grimshaw accepts his prize from Blackburn council leader Kate Hollern

Community pays tribute to Blackburn volunteer Richard

The winners with the judges

Eight winners crowned as Blackburn and Darwen's best neighbours

Blackburn with Darwen Council leader Coun Kate Hollern, chief executive Harry Catherall (far right) and Lancashire Telegraph assistant editor Nick Nunn

70 in hunt for Blackburn with Darwen's best neighbours

David Dunn

Rovers stars back the Blackburn with Darwen Good Neighbour Awards

Young people shine in our Good Neighbour Awards

Wayne Hemingway

Designer Wayne Hemingway backs our community awards

Ivy Street neighbours Mandy Wilcock and Doreen Mitchell

East Lancashire health bosses back Good Neighbours Awards

Does your neighbour make a real difference in their community?

Nominate the heroes living in your street for a Good Neighbour Award

Neighbours Kerry McGifford and Christine Connell

Search is on for Blackburn with Darwen's best neighbours

Coun Kate Hollern (red coat) with Roe Lee Park volunteers

So many residents answered the call

Blackburn with Darwen Council leader Kate Hollern

Comment: We'll do all we can to help you play your part

A mum stops to chat to a neighbour mopping the flags outside the front of her home in 1950s Blackburn.

Looking out for neighbours is part of East Lancashire life

Offering your time to benefit others

Volunteers Tom Clark and Mary Fletcher, and Saif Nemir, from Whalley Range, who has been volunteering since he arrived in Blackburn nearly six years ago.

Making such a difference to people's lives

Councillor Yusuf Jan-Virmani

'Meetings are a chance to tackle neighbourhood problems'

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