Fantastic standard of nominations for Pride of Fenland
Nominations have now closed for the Pride of Fenland 2015 awards.
We have been inundated with nominations from you to celebrate the unsung heroes who are making a difference to communities across Fenland.
The Fenland Citizen and Fenland District Council are once again working together on the prestigious awards.
Trophies and certificates will be presented in a ceremony in The Boathouse, Wisbech, on Thursday, March 12.
Mike Cornwell, the district council’s portfolio holder for communities, has been impressed with the nominations.
He said: “We have had an enormous number of entries and the standard this year has been really high.”
The full list of nominations is:
Good neighbour – Pat Jones, of Wisbech; Lydia Payne, Chatteris; Tanya Ketteringham, Wisbech; Sylvia Tooke, Wisbech; Greta Williams, Leverington; Lucy Peyton, Chatteris; Joss Markille, Parson Drove; Angie Winsor, Wisbech; Casey Bates, Parson Drove; Roy McManus, Wisbech; Cheryl Beecham, Wisbech; Dee Potter, Chatteris; Ann Cross, March; Julie Mills, Wisbech; Evelyn Hamps, Doddington; Valerie Ware, Tydd St Giles; Cyril Snushall, Walpole Highway; Belinda Carson, Manea.
Groups – Wisbech Lions; The Heron Newsletter, Christchurch; Breathe Easy, Fenland, March; George’s, March; The Friday Group, March; Breathe Easy Wisbech; Fenland Volunteer Bureau; 1220 (March) Air Training Corps Squadron; Friends of March Station; Rose Fair Committee, Wisbech; Fenarch, Wisbech; March Society; Cromwell Community College pupils, Chatteris; Chatteris Royal British Legion youth section.
Young Citizen – Tom Cave; Joline Philipps; Joe Roper; Rebecca Snitch; Tamara Hart; Grainne Maxwell; Karen Rippen; Pollyanna Edwards; Abbie Wiles; Zach Anthoney; Luke Baker.