In our brand new #GlosHeroes campaign, SoGlos is setting out to celebrate the amazing people in Gloucestershire who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic – and we want your nominations.
Whether that be NHS staff, police, firefighters, teachers and teaching assistants, community volunteers, carers, delivery drivers or wonderful neighbours – if you know someone special who deserves to be recognised as one of our #GlosHeroes, please complete the nomination form, which opened for entries on Monday 1 March 2021.
We’ll be featuring and celebrating a selection of #GlosHeroes throughout April, May and June 2021 and to say a big ‘thank you’ for everything they’re doing for our community, they’ll receive a special treat from Brasserie Blanc too.
SoGlos co-founder, James Fyrne, said: ‘We’ve been hearing so many stories of people in Gloucestershire doing amazing things during the pandemic, from raising thousands for charity to feeding people in need.
‘Our mission at SoGlos has always been to fly the flag for Gloucestershire, showcasing and celebrating the county – and this includes the wonderful people who live and work here too. We’re launching the #GlosHeroes campaign to do just that.’
See our 10 #GlosHeroes to celebrate in April, May and June.
#GlosHeroes is proudly supported by St. James’s Place Wealth Management, one of the most trusted wealth management advisors in the UK, whose head office is based in Cirencester. From its innovative investment management approach to specialist advice on tax, retirement planning and business, St. James’s Place Wealth Management has been providing award-winning advice for 30 years.
It also runs the St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation which awards grants to UK charities, and has raised over £100 million since it launched in 1992.
For more information about St. James’s Place, visit sjp.co.uk.
Gloucestershire County Council is also proud to be supporting #GlosHeroes. Throughout the pandemic, it’s been working hard to keep Gloucestershire’s residents safe, from distributing millions of pounds in funding to care homes and community groups to securing and delivering more than a million items of PPE, as well as keeping people up to date with the very latest government advice.
It is also providing fast, regular Covid-19 testing in communities across the county.
For more information about Gloucestershire County Council, visit gloucestershire.gov.uk.
To nominate your #GlosHeroes, complete the #GlosHeroes nomination form and tell us why you think they deserve to be featured.