Hall of Heroes
Whether you were helped before, during or after the flood crisis in Gloucestershire, this is your chance to thank someone in public and enter them into our Hall of Heroes.
Since the flooding took hold of Gloucestershire on Friday 20th July, we've recently received our 100th message nominating someone for our Hall of Heroes.
If you haven't already, here's your chance to say a big "thank you" to someone who helped YOU during the crisis.
Hall of Heroes
Tell us who YOU'D like to thank and enter them into BBC Gloucestershire's Hall of Heroes.
Volunteers fill sand bags in Tewkesbury
BBC Points West would also love to hear from you as they search for Gloucestershire's hidden heroes. Do you know someone who lent a helping hand during the crisis and deserves some recognition for it?
Maybe you've had water delivered by a neighbour, maybe you were rescued by one of the emergency services, maybe you've shared the home of someone you'd never met before.
Now tell us who YOU'D like to see in the Hall of Heroes by filling in the simple form below.
last updated: 14/08/07
Have Your Say
Who do YOU want to enter into the Hall of Heroes
Julia Balster, Tewkesbury
George and Neil Williams - Gloucester Residents –
Gloucester Resident Dereby road
highbury day centre
Harriet James ABBEYFIELDS CAREHOME
Ashley Williams, Cheltenham
Stephen - Hempsted
Bill&Mary Spragg(not flooded!)
Emma from Newent
Paul from Abbeymead
Leonie from Cheltenham
Robin & Ann Marie Baynham - Gloucester
Lisa from Gloucester
John Lydon, witcombe
Jim - Abbeydale
Cllr Denise Rogers
MRS S JAMES-ELSE
julie :) stonehouse
Brian & Becky
Ian , Bishops Cleeve
Kerry Killingsworth, Tewkesbury