Honour for civic stalwarts
RESIDENTS have been rewarded for their outstanding contribution to the community. Letchworth Garden City Council has presented civic awards to 10 Letchworth GC residents, who were nominated by members of the public for their good work. The award winners a
RESIDENTS have been rewarded for their outstanding contribution to the community.
Letchworth Garden City Council has presented civic awards to 10 Letchworth GC residents, who were nominated by members of the public for their good work.
The award winners are:
Ray Cole for his services to the Royal British Legion
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Alison Kingman for her services to the Wednesday Drop-In Club
Venerable Nahalle Rahula for his services to the Sri Lankan Society
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Anita Latter for her services to the Central Methodist Church's Parent and Toddler Group
Tom Westrope for his contribution to retail services for the community
Jean Fish for her services to the Highover and Campfield Residents' Association
Danny Chance for his services to the Afro Caribbean Harmony Group
Alan Harding for his services to young people in coaching table tennis
Robin and Wendy Sternberg for their contribution to promoting organic food
Philip Ross, chairman of the town council, said: "We recognise the value all our volunteers put into the community, but these individuals have made outstanding contributions. Most importantly, their nominations came from the public at large.