Mansfield Volunteers Recognised at Annual Awards

Mansfield Volunteers Recognised at Annual Awards

Puslished: 11 June 2019

 Seven awards were given to acknowledge those who have given their time voluntarily, paid workers who have gone above and beyond within the voluntary sector and businesses who have given unpaid support to the voluntary sector within the Mansfield District.


The awards took place at the John Fretwell Sporting Complex with guests from Mansfield District Council, Notts County Council and many partner organisations.


And the winners are:


Andrew Wallace Memorial Award - Bob Wyatt (presented by Pete Sutcliffe – Mansfield Awards Committee)

Vaughan Thomas Memorial Award -The Social & Fund Raising Group - Mansfield Woodhouse Community Development Group Award (presented by Cllr. Joyce Bosnjak, NCC)

Young Persons Award - Oliver Chater (presented by Scarlett Sykes, Youth Mayor)

Voluntary Sector Paid Worker - Leanne McGachan, NIDAS (presented by Veronica Cooper, Chair MCVS Board)

Business in the Community Award - PPX Metal Management Limited (presented by John    Bilzon, President Mansfield Rotary Club)

Margaret Wilson Award - Friends of the Oaklands (presented by Cllr Andy Burgin & Steve Lunn, Chair of the Oaklands) 

Outstanding Volunteer Award - Ann Sewell (presented by Andy Abrahams, Executive Mayor) 

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Following retirement from employment, Mansfield Voluntary Service (C.V.S) have given me so much help and advice to start up our community group over 10 years ago. We wanted to get the children in the community a new play park. Without the help of Mansfield C.V.S directing us how to write and prepare a Business plan we wouldn’t have achieved the £68,000 to pay for it.

Mick Beresford

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