Local people who have shown exceptional commitment to helping and supporting their community were honoured at a special ceremony held in Retford Town Hall.
Nominees for a Bassetlaw District Council Achievers’ Awards range from residents who have dedicated their lives to helping their communities, working tirelessly for charities, personal achievements and sporting successes.
Cllr David Challinor said: “All our winners have made a wonderful contribution to our local community. Whether it is through their occupation, voluntary or charity work, as an essential part of their community or through a sporting activity, their contribution is something that should be recognised and they are a credit to us all.
“Bassetlaw is proud to recognise its achievers and congratulates all nominees and award winners.”
The Council’s Achievers’ Awards event took place on Wednesday 20 March, with this year’s nominees being presented with a certificate by the Chairman of Bassetlaw District Council, Cllr David Challinor.
All recipients of Achievers’ Awards are nominated by District Councillors, schools, community groups, Parish Council’s and members of the public.
The awards were presented to the following:
Clarborough and District Women’s Institute - In recognition of hard work within the community
Pam Barnsdale - In recognition of work with the Retford Business Forum and the Retford Civic Society
Les Batty - In recognition of work at Harworth Church and within the Community
Fabian Bott - In recognition of fundraising for Motor Neurone Disease
Doreen Brumby - In recognition of fundraising for the Leukaemia Fund at Nottingham Hospital
Katie Credland - In recognition of producing a WW1 Concert at West Stockwith Village Hall
Stuart Dixon - In recognition of fundraising work for the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice
Amelia Durdy - In recognition of fundraising work for the Bassetlaw Foodbank
Arthur Eakin - In recognition of fencing achievements
Jordan Ferguson, Ruth Moore, Jessica Newton, Ben Tomlinson - In recognition of winning a Gold medal at the World Lifesaving Championships 2018
Jack Foster - In recognition of hard work and commitment to the Parish of Sturton le Steeple
Holly Frost - In recognition of achievements in Taekwondo
Diane Hemsley - In recognition of work with the Retford Business forum
Pat Henson - In recognition of fundraising efforts for Misterton Parish Church
Maureen Holgate - In recognition of hard work in the village of Lound
Pat Hooton - Awarded for hard work in Walkeringham village over many years
Clare Kenrick - For work with the Vincent de Paul Charity
Hayley Kilmore - In recognition of hard work and dedication to the village of Beckingham
Sandra Lonsdale, Dorothy Richardson - In recognition of work with the Misterton Gardeners Club
Michael Merrills - In recognition of 28 years’ service with the Retford RAFA
Diana Moss - In recognition of work in the village of Dunham-on-Trent
Cadet Colour Sergeant Reece Newbury - In recognition of achievements at the Worksop Army Cadet Unit
Hazel Newstead - In recognition of work with the Scouts, St Giles’ School and the Retford Business Forum
Beverley Pottinger - In recognition of running the ‘Forget me Not’ Club for the past eleven years.
Emily Race - In recognition of athletic achievements in the National Championships
Heather Salmon - In recognition of hard work and success running Pinewood House for 33 years
Margaret Smith - In recognition of many years of care of the North Leverton Village Memorial
Kay and Iain Stocks - In recognition of fundraising efforts for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Michael & Elizabeth Szarelis - In recognition of your ‘Wooden Cross’ project for the WW1 War Graves
Victoria Taylor - In recognition of volunteer work at the Misterton Library
Cadet Corporal Jasmine Warner - In recognition of achievements at the Worksop Army Cadet Unit
Ann Wilson - In recognition of your work as Church Warden at All Saints Church, Harworth
Jonathan Wilson - In recognition of your work with the Harworgh FC Football teams
Rampton Village Hall C & T Group - In recognition of providing a popular, much needed facility in the village
Last Updated on Thursday, March 21, 2019