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Eleven volunteers from across Purbeck honoured for 'exceptional work'
3:00pm Thursday 3rd April 2014 in News
ELEVEN volunteers from across Purbeck have been honoured at a special reception for the “exceptional work” they do in the community.
Purbeck District Council hosted the Volunteers of the Year scheme awards, which took place after parishes and towns across the district nominated volunteers.
More than 50 people attended the ceremony, where Purbeck District Council chairman Cllr Bill Trite presented each volunteer with a scroll marking their achievement.
Among those being recognised was former Swanage and Wareham Advertiser columnist George Willey.
Cllr Trite said: “I am extremely impressed by what I have heard tonight – it is very humbling and brings home the extent of the commitment given by these special people.”
Those receiving a scroll were Philippa Thorniley, from Affpuddle and Turnerspuddle; Tony Shave, from Bere Regis; Gillian Topp, from East Stoke; Nita Parke, from Lytchett Matravers; Niall Gordon, from Lytchett Minster and Upton; Maxine Clews, from Morden; George Willey, Swanage, Myrna Gomes Maria, from Wareham; Rosemarie Masson, from Wareham St Martin; Derek Brown, from Wool and John Bugler, from Worth Matravers.
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