The Guardian and eZe-Talk has found a winner in Theresa Reilly, 73, from Gresty who has spent every Sunday for the past decade litter picking. She was nominated for the award by friend Johnny O’Brien, who said it made his day to see such community spirit. Theresa said: “I’m really surprised. I get one or two people now and then that come past and say ‘you’re doing a grand job there’, but I just do it because I like...

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Nominate your Community Hero Today! It's Week 3 for eZe-Talk's search for a Community Hero in Crewe! Whether a long standing volunteer in Crewe or someone who does good deeds for their elderly neighbour's, eZe-Talk and The Guardian are looking for Crewe's Community Hero! With only a week ago, there is still time to send your candidates in! Find out what's going on in Crewe's The Guardian about Community Hero 2012 or stay peeled here at eZe-Talk! Remember, if you...

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Nominate your Community Hero Today! It's Week 3 for eZe-Talk's search for a Community Hero in Crewe! Whether a long standing volunteer in Crewe or someone who does good deeds for their elderly neighbour's, eZe-Talk and The Guardian are looking for Crewe's Community Hero! With only a week ago, there is still time to send your candidates in! Find out what's going on in Crewe's

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Nominate your Community Hero Today! It's Week 2 for eZe-Talk's search for a Community Hero in Crewe! Whether a long standing volunteer in Crewe or someone who does good deeds for their elderly neighbour's, eZe-Talk and The Guardian are looking for Crewe's Community Hero! Mike Taitt, director of eZe-Talk, is watching the contest eagerly: "I am looking forward to reading about the fantastic things people in this region to make life better for others." There is still time to send your...

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Nominate your Community Hero Today! Your hero could be a charity fundraiser, or help out with children’s activities. They might be a long-standing volunteer or do good deeds for their elderly neighbour's. In fact, they could do anything at all that you think benefits the community. The winner of the Community Hero 2012 award will receive £500, and a further £500 will be donated to a charity of their choice. The person who nominates the winner will also receive £100....

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