Robert Lauberts at Custom House Quay

Nominate them for The Robert Lauberts Award 2022


There are many community-minded citizens who go the extra mile to help improve Boston, and the search is on again to find one to honour with the annual Robert Lauberts Award.


Rob, a hard-working supporter of Boston in Bloom died in 2015 after a short battle with cancer.


He worked tirelessly alongside his wife, Rachel, on improvements to Boston, especially a revamp of Custom House Quay and the garden at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex. He was also the enthusiastic chairman of Main Ridge East Placecheck Group, secretary of Boston Greenscapers, chairman of Boston Big Local Boosting Economy Group and the chairman of the Boston Community Forum. He was driven in his volunteering efforts by a passion to make Boston a better place to live.


Previous winners of this award have been presented in Rob’s memory to Rodney Bowles in 2016, Pete Desforges in 2017, Neville Dodd in 2018 and Paul Collingwood in 2019.


Nominations are now open, to be eligible for this award the nominee must be an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the community through regular voluntary activity which helps to make central Boston – a more attractive place, through environmental projects.


You can nominate online here or a paper copy can be requested by emailing


Nominations close on Thursday 30th June 2022 at 5pm.