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Sallyann Ball Community Champion

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Respect Award For Taking A Stand 2007

I was one of the winners of the RAFTAS 2007 and was presented with my award at a ceremony in Birmingham on 19th April 2007, by Respect Co-ordinator Louise Casey.


These awards celebrate the bravery and courage of local people who have taken a stand against anti-social behaviour.


The Taking a Stand Awards are run in partnership with Crime Concern and recognise individuals and groups who have transformed their communities by tackling problems such as vandalism, nuisance neighbours, harassment, intimidation and graffiti.


Award winners were nominated by anti-social behaviour practitioners and members of the community who believe the person or group deserved recognition for their efforts to tackle problems.


The Taking a Stand Awards are all about recognising the commitment, energy and courage of members of the public who have made real improvements in their communities, and inspiring those who want to do more to tackle anti-social behaviour.


271 winners were chosen out of the 740 nominations received for the 2006/7 Taking a Stand Awards, each receiving £1,000 to be spent on improving their local community.


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