Every two years Wokingham Without and Crowthorne Parish Councils jointly issue awards to deserving individuals or groups working voluntarily in either of the two parishes.
Awarded to individuals who have contributed significantly to the quality of life in either of the two parishes by their public/community activity.
A Special Award may also be given to a group or organisation established in either parish for its contribution to community life.
Awards Evening 2018
The 2018 awards evening hosted by Wokingham Without Parish Council was held at St Sebastian’s Memorial hall on Tuesday 13th November.
The evening brought together around 70 members of the local community to acknowledge and celebrate the exceptional contribution that volunteers and volunteering make to our communities.
Congratulations to all our award winners!
Colin Antink – in recognition of valuable contributions to Thames Hospice
Rev Martin Ceaser – in recognition of valued service to the residents of Crowthorne and Wokingham Without
Alan Davis – for longstanding contributions to the local community
Allan Emmett – for longstanding contributions to the local community
Helena Hickling – in recognition of longstanding contributions to the South East Berkshire Gangshow
Ian Hopley – in recognition of voluntary work at Oaklands Junior School
Brian and Penny Jones – in recognition of their longstanding volunteering with Crowthorne Community Minibus
Lesley Lawrence – in recognition of longstanding service at Crowthorne Library
Brenda Metcalf – for longstanding volunteering with Crowthorne First Responders and Crowthorne Good Neighbours
Hazel Pickard – for longstanding volunteering with Crowthorne Good Neighbours and Woodmancote (COATS) Day Centre
John Tobin – for longstanding contributions to the local community
Group award winners:
Crowthorne HopeZone – in recognition of valuable work with young people in the local community
Crowthorne Foodbank – in recognition of their support for the local community
Crowthorne Good Neighbours – in recognition of their support for the local communityLast Updated on 22nd April 2020