Emergency Services Award Night

Want to thank someone in our local Emergency Services? 

If you know an individual or a team who went above and beyond in the event of an emergency, please send us your story so we can consider them for our annual hero award

Our free event for local emergency services workers to thank them for all their hard work and commitment is taking place on Thursday 5th of December, 2019

See below for details on how to nominate a local hero for our award and learn how you and your colleagues can attend

All our local emergency services are welcome

How to Vote

How do you vote? 

Have you been helped by a local emergency service?

– Nominations can be for anything from a major incident to a tale of where someone was extra kind and caring

– The incident must have taken place in 2018 or 2019

– Submit your nomination by Monday 28th October via email

– Please include the name of the nominee/team and the story behind your nomination

However they made a difference to you or the victim at a frightening time, all stories big and small are welcome

Simply send us an email to events@gwelanmor.com to submit your nomination and your story

Book a complimentary table for all your colleagues

How to Join on the Night…

If you work for a local emergency service, we have approximately 100 complimentary spaces for you and your colleagues

The award and celebration event will involve all the key local emergency services, including Coastguard, Search and Rescue, Air Ambulance, RNLI, Fire, Ambulance and Police

The evening is a completely free event for emergency service workers and you must reserve your seat/table in advance to attend

Throughout the evening you will enjoy welcome drinks and canapés, a festive sit down dinner followed by music and dancing and, of course, the awards ceremony

Please apply for tickets via email to events@gwelanmor.com

Last year's winner of The Cornwall Emergency Service Award Thomas Hennessy Jones

Last Year’s Winner

Last year, The Cornwall Emergency Service Award 2018 was presented to Thomas Hennessy Jones, Critical Care Paramedic of Cornwall Air Ambulance

He won the award for the kindness, compassion and dignity he demonstrated at a very frightening time for Elva Griffin from Penzance after a road traffic accident on the A30 where she had to be airlifted to Derriford Hospital

Want to Join Us?

If you are a member of an Emergency Service in Cornwall and would like to apply for a ticket to the party on Thursday 5th December at the resort please send your details to events@gwelanmor.com

Our local heroes in action on the cliffs

How Did it All Start?

The idea for the event was born back in the summer of 2017 following in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The resort got together with the Rotary Club of Redruth simply with the question – what can we do to help?

We offered some respite to the emergency crews and their families involved on that terrible night and invited them to come stay with us for a festive holiday in December 2017. During their week’s stay as part of the activities, we planned a dinner and party and invited lots of local crew members to join in with the London crews, to show our gratitude for their work too

It was such an uplifting and heartfelt event and we had such an overwhelmingly grateful response from the local crews who attended, we just knew we had to do it again…

We’re now in the third year of this wonderful award and looking forward to giving our local heroes a night to remember

Are you an Emergency Worker?

If you are a member of an Emergency Service in Cornwall and would like to apply for a free ticket or a table for the party on Thursday 5th December at the resort, please send your details to events@gwelanmor.com