David James sponsors the Nottingham Post Heroes Awards

As a proudly Nottingham-based business, we at David James are delighted to support the Nottingham Post Heroes Awards. We’re pleased to sponsor the Good Neighbour Award, which celebrates the outstanding, often vital support offered by local people to those living in their immediate communities.

Through our sponsorship of the Good Neighbour award, we are delighted to be able to help shine a light on these often all too quiet heroes, and provide the recognition they deserve for the positive impact they have, day in day out, on people’s lives right across the city.

At David James we understand the importance of neighbourly spirit, having introduced tens of thousands of homeowners to Nottingham’s welcoming communities since our launch in 1991. As the number one agent in the city’s Gedling Borough, selling over 700 properties each year, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with excellent customer service and unrivalled expertise in the local property market, with our ethos as a family business reflected in our highly knowledgeable and friendly team’s “above and beyond” approach.

If you know of a local resident who’s making a difference in your local community – from checking on housebound neighbours, to opening up their own home – don’t miss your chance to put them forward for this prestigious award.

You can put your Good Neighbour forward by simply completing this form: https://www.heroesawards.co.uk/nomination-form Nominations close on Thursday 14th September, with the awards night itself taking place on Wednesday 11th October.

We look forward to celebrating the city’s kindest neighbours, and wish all the nominees the very best of luck!

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