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The winners of ClwydAlyn’s Good Neighbour Awards, which celebrate those who go the extra mile and make a significant difference to the lives of their neighbours or the local community, has been revealed today, Friday 21 July.

The awards celebrate people who give their time to help improve our communities across North Wales by making them inclusive and welcoming.

1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes were available in each local authority where ClwydAlyn has homes: Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Powys, giving everyone the opportunity to nominate those who have gone above and beyond within their communities.

The winners of the 2023 Good Neighbour Awards are:


  • 1st Aylwin Shaw
  • 2nd Dyfrig Morris Williams
  • 3rd Kirsty Edwards


  • 1st John Kelly
  • 2nd Graham Fantom
  • Joint 3rd – Catherine Watkins / Gladys Hughes


  • 1st Susan Peers
  • 2nd All Nant Mawr Court Residents
  • 3rd Ava Davies


  • 1st Mr Wladyslaw Solek
  • 2nd Pauline Merchant


  • 1st Eluned Plack
  • 2nd Anthony Williams and Sara Douglas
  • 3rd David Perkins


Winners were presented with vouchers worth up to £100 (2nd £75 and 3rd £50) to thank them for being such good neighbours and going that extra mile.

Annie Jackson, Community Engagement Officer at ClwydAlyn said:

“This is the first time we’ve held the Good neighbour Awards, and the response we received has been great! This award is a fantastic way to shine a light on all the great communities we have, and it reminds us all that communities are made up of people who care.

“Our strategy is all about our Customers, our Colleagues and our Communities. Our Customers who have been nominated for these important awards all contribute huge amounts to our communities and to North Wales. That’s what this award is all about. The more we care for each other the better our communities become.

Well done everyone who was nominated and all those who do great things in their communities without being noticed. We all build communities if we keep on being good neighbours.”
Annie Jackson
Community Engagement Officer at ClwydAlyn