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Malcolm Hollings

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Malcolm Hollings received a Civic Award in 2016 for his commitment to the 3rd Wokingham Scouts. His Nomination follows:-
The young people of Wokingham have benefitted by Malcolm (Mack). He has been in the Scout Movement for over 50 years; when the…

Colin Antink

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Colin Antink received a Civic Award in 2016 for his regular column in the newspaper, Healthwatch which raises money for the Thames Hospice. His Nomination follows:-

Colin was born with a rare genetic condition called
Sticklers syndrome, which…

Melanie Allen

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Melanie Allen received a Civic Award in 2016 for her involvement with “More arts”, Winter Carnival, Town Team Supports WTC Fun Day and other town events. Her Nomination follows:-

Melanie is the perennial volunteer. Whenever there is an event that…

Martin Wilson

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Martin Wilson received a Civic Award in 2011 for his involvement in the 1st Emmbrook Scout Group which he joined in 1979 and became Leader in 1988. He arranged for repair work to the group's Scout Hut and renegotiated a lease with the water company…

Mary Flavell

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Mary Flavell received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of contribution to the Wade Charity shop. She had previously gave many years to the public health service and worked in the Wokingham Hospital.

Barbara Reeves

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Barbara Reeves received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of contribution to the Wade Charity shop. At this time she was still volunteering at the age of 81.

Janet Coles

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Janet Coles received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of help to the Wokingham Hospital, being Brown Owl to the 6th Wokingham Brownies and work for WRVS.

Ron Woolley

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Ron Woolley received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of his organisation of the Saturday Red Cross Club for almost ten years, including outings for members. He also visited members who were in hospital and do odd jobs in members’ homes.

David Butler

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David Butler received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of his involvement in the Royal British Legion, for which at this time he was Vice President of the Branch and always collecting donations. He also raised money for the Red Cross, the British…

Christine Snell

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Christine Snell received a Civic Award in 2005 in recognition of being a stalwart of the Children’s Society, raising a great deal of money and being a Church Warden and Sunday School teacher at All Saints Church. At this time she also worked in the…