Roy Aldwin who is the Third Sector and Community Engagement Manager for Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue Service has been shortlisted for the Guardian's  'Public Servant of The Year Award' 2011.

Roy who set up and now manages the Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue Service's Volunteers Scheme which has nearly 100 volunteers, and carries out a range of other activities has been on secondment from the Hertfordshire Police since 2007, is a school governor, and also a crime manager at a social enterprise Dacorum Business against Crime in Hemel Hempstead.

If you want to read more about Roy and possibly vote for him, please go to the following link www.guardian.co.uk/publicservicesawards  and click on the Public Servant of The Year 'vote now' box.