Pathfinder International’s Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards in association with Hugh James nomination period has been extended until March 28, following an influx of nominations which required more in depth detail.

A late surge in nominations which were missing key elements of information meant editor Mal Robinson has taken the decision to extend the deadline to nominate someone for the awards from six categories by another four weeks to allow those who have entered time to re-evaluate their nominations.

Mal explains, “we received a late flurry of names for various categories, but they were missing reasons why they have been nominated. In order to allow people not to miss out, we decided to extend the period to enter. It also allows anyone else to add to their nominees or new nominations in general. We have been overwhelmed with the support and nominations so far, there are some really positive stories and it will be a hard task for the judging panel and I come the end of March!”

If a person nominating has not received an email back, please assume your entry has been received for review and is fine.

2020 has been the most trying of years for us all as the Coronavirus pandemic stopped the globe in its tracks.

Rather than dwell on such a devastating ten months or so, Pathfinder International magazine  – the leading UK military resettlement and community publication – wants to celebrate those in the military community and with links to the military community, who have been a leading light in the battle against COVID19.

Pathfinder is encouraging both the armed forces community and the general public to send in their nominations, of which there are six categories in total. You can either nominate for all six or simply choose one, it is up to you.

The Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards will have six categories in total. They are as follows:

  • Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Individual) in association with Caps Lock
  • Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Group) in association with the Invictus Games Foundation
  • Most Outstanding Veteran in Lockdown in association with Hugh James
  • Most Outstanding Charitable Contribution or Gesture in Lockdown in association with Inzpire
  • Most Supportive Business to the Armed Forces during Lockdown in association with Angel Call Handling
  • Greatest Lockdown Achievement from the Armed Forces community in association with Pathfinder International magazine

To see more information on the awards categories and how to enter please see HERE!


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