Branch of the Year Award

This award aims to recognise a branch who has achieved or has evidence of moving towards achieving the following criteria:

  • improved recruitment and retention from previous year
  • maintenance of high density, proportionality amongst branch officers
  • core officer posts filled
  • engaging on equality (education, case work, negotiations, SOG activity)
  • engaging in the regional education programme
  • supporting regional and national campaigns
  • participation in regional and national democracy
  • innovative campaigning
  • engagement with local politicians
  • involvement in appropriate community campaigns
  • sharing resources and ideas with other branches.

Nominations have now closed. Winners will be announced at our awards ceremony on Friday 17th May.