The Mayor of Bath

Mayor's Citizen of the Year

The Award

The Mayor of Bath's Citizen of the Year Award seeks to recognise exceptional volunteers who give their time and effort to helping other people without expecting anything in return. The award is made to individuals who have contributed to the well-being of the City and its people by long-term voluntary work or one very special act and is open to residents of Bath, those who work in the City or who belong to a group based in Bath. 


For a nomination form for 2015 Click here  



Further Reading

20th Century Bath

Between 1936 and 1940, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia resided here during his exile. He took a house in Newbridge Hill, which is now a community centre for ethnic minorities. On 18th October 1954 Haile Selassie was admitted as an Honorary Freeman of t

Medieval Bath

Bath became a city of trade and prospered from the woollen industry. It was ideally situated as drovers could bring their sheep in from the edge of the Cotswold Hills, the River Avon powered the mills and proximity to the port of Bristol helped the trader

The City Plate

An introduction to the treasures belonging to the City of Bath

"Floreat Bathon" May Bath flourish