Amersham Citizen of the Year Awards 2017 – WINNERS Announced!!

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Citizen of the Year Awards 2017 – WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Following the Annual Town Meeting held in the Market Hall yesterday evening, we are delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 Amersham Citizen of the Year Awards as chosen by the Mayor of Amersham, Councillor Mr. Mark Vivis.

Citizen of the Year 2017 – Jack Gocher

Young Citizen of the Year 2017 – Tom Cawley

Business of the Year 2017 – Barracuda CafĂ©

Mayor’s Special Award 2017 – Tom Yum Thai Restaurant

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS!!!

 

jack tom barracuda tom yum

 

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