Nominate Your Maidenhead Lockdown Hero

 

Do you know someone in Maidenhead who has made a difference during the Covid-19 pandemic? Nominate them in Mortgage Required's Lockdown Awards. We’re giving away 3 Fortnum and Mason hampers plus runner up prizes of spring floral displays to our winning local heroes.

It’s a tough time at the moment so we want to spread a little bit of positivity as we approach springtime and thank the amazing people in our community. During this Lockdown and the previous Lockdowns there have been some great individuals in Maidenhead who have gone above and beyond to help others. We want to give them a little bit of recognition in our Lockdown Awards.

It might be a doctor or nurse or someone who has helped neighbours by getting their shopping or volunteering, a hardworking teacher or perhaps someone who has kept everyone entertained.

We are delighted that Rt Hon Theresa May MP and Jeremy Spooner CEO of the Maidenhead Advertiser will be joining Tim Atkinson, Mortgage Required’s Managing Director to judge the entry’s. All three are looking forward to hearing about the amazing people in our community.

Terms and Conditions - Open to residents of Maidenhead and its immediate surrounding area. The Winner will be chosen by the judging panel mentioned above and their decision will be final. The closing date is Midnight on 19th March 2021. The winner will be contacted via their nominator within 5 working days of the closing date.

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There will be no fee for Mortgage Advice. There may be a fee for arranging a mortgage. The precise amount will depend upon your circumstances, but we estimate it to be £399.

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