44th Annual Town Meeting & Citizen of the Year 2019 – WINNERS ANNOUNCED!!

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019
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44th Annual Town Meeting & Citizen of the Year 2019 –

WINNERS ANNOUNCED!!

Kings Church played host to the 44th Amersham Annual Town Meeting on Monday 18th March 2019.

Amersham Town Mayor, Councillor Caroline Jones, delivered the Annual Report which highlighted the work of the Town Council this year.

After the formalities were completed, it was then time for the Prize Giving for this year’s Citizen of the Year Awards!! HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to WENDY SWANN for being crowned this year’s CITIZEN OF THE YEAR!! 

We are DELIGHTED to inform you of the 2019 WINNERS:

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR – WENDY SWANN

YOUNG CITIZEN OF THE YEAR – MARK HARRIS

ENVIRONMENTALIST AWARD – STONY DEAN SCHOOL

ENVIRONMENTALIST AWARD – ELANGENI SCHOOL

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR – SERCO

TEAM AWARD – AMERSHAM IN BLOOM VOLUNTEERS

 

CONGRATULATIONS to our worthy winners and thank you for all your endeavours!

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