Calor Village of the Year
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The Calor Village of the Year comprised 4 annual competitions organised by gas provider Calor to identify the villages that best met the following criteria: "a well-balanced, pro-active, caring community which has made the best of local opportunities to maintain and enhance the quality of life for all residents".
Four separate competitions were run:
- Calor Scottish Community of the Year
- Calor Village of the Year for England
- Calor Village of the Year for Wales
- Calor Village of the Year Northern Ireland
The competitions began in 1997 and ran yearly until 2009. Some 1,650 villages entered the competitions each year.
- Ashington, West Sussex
- Ashover, Derbyshire
- Coniston, Cumbria
- St Neot, Cornwall
- Sutton-in-the-Isle, Cambridgeshire
- Tedburn St Mary, Devon