Spice is delighted to announce that Cambridgeshire Time Credits has been recognised with an MJ Award for ‘Excellence in Community Engagement’, recognising the strength of partnership working between Spice and Cambridgeshire County Council.
The MJ Local Government Achievement Awards, run by leading local government publication The Municipal Journal is a national award that recognises excellence in local authority services. The MJ Awards 2016 culminated with the winners being announced at a gala reception last night at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London – an event attended by over 900 people.
Becky Booth, CEO at Spice, said;
“We’re delighted to win the MJ Award in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council as recognition of the innovative work that’s happening in Spice initiatives across Cambridgeshire. The award is a reflection of the strong partnership working with the Community Engagement team at County Council and acknowledgement of how at a practical level, Time Credits have enabled volunteers and community partners across the county to make positive and powerful contributions to their local community. Over the coming years we are looking forward to further developing the reach of Time Credits and continuing to work with our fantastic community partners.”