Nextdoor's Good Neighbourhood
Awards 2022

Every year we celebrate the amazing neighbours going above and beyond in your local neighbourhood by recognising them in our Good Neighbourhood Awards!
The 2022 awards are closed now but read below for the most heartwarming, incredible stories that show the impact community has on people's lives. 

Meet the incredible 2022 Winners!

Neighbourhood of the Year

Local Business of the Year

Community Group of the Year

Clewer and Dedworth won £1,000 towards a local project for their strong sense of community and neighbours pulling together in hard times.

Plumbing business Depher CIC won £500 for their efforts ensuring communities have heating and hot water, as well as meals on tables.

Radnor Community Group won £500 for their efforts reaching vulnerable neighbours and ensuring Radnor is a safe and fun place to live.

Neighbour of the Year

Big Jubilee Lunch Champion

Neighbour Charlie Baxter won £250 towards a neighbourhood donation for her work helping local children and families.

Neighbour Anthony Newman won a prize pack from the Eden Project worth £250 for bringing his neighbours together for the Jubilee.

More inspirational stories from previous winners

Berry Hill, GloucestershireNeighbourhood of the Year

Avonmouth Community Projects GroupCommunity Group of the Year

Abiodun AdeleyeNeighbour of the Year

Commended for coming together to support one another throughout lockdown, Berry Hill residents created community sharing points for food and books and raised funds to purchase and install two defibrillators in the community telephone kiosks. Read More

Avonmouth Community Projects Group runs an annual Santa’s Sleigh whereby volunteers walk over 20 miles handing out almost 2,000 selection boxes to children in Avonmouth and surrounding villages. Read More

Channeling his flair for photography
into a weekly photo series titled #howwelldoyouknowmiltonkeynes, 

Abiodun brought people from his community together to share their joy and knowledge of the local area. Read More

Heather BerrySustainable Champion of the Year

Rattlesden & District Community ShopLocal Business of the Year

Kerry LynnWinner of Neighbour of the Year

A Bolton local, Heather leads a variety of eco-friendly groups including Litterpickers of Bolton West and the Guerilla Gardeners, as well as establishing the Harpers Lane Community Garden, transforming a once overgrown fly tipped area into a usable green space for the community.  Read More

Run entirely by volunteers, profits from the business are directed back to the community helping local projects get off the ground. During the pandemic they even set up a delivery service for those residents of the village and wider community who were forced to isolate. Read More

Through Nextdoor, Kerry has helped create more space for local cafes and pubs in the community as well as organising a series of events for families, at Halloween, Christmas and most recently ‘Ballynafest’ - a festival of music and entertainment for families. Read More