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Good Citizen Awards 2015 – The nominees

Thank you to everyone who made a nomination for this year’s Good Citizen Awards. The winners will be announced shortly.

Good Citizen Awards 2015

Good Citizen Awards 2015 - The nominees

Congratulations to everyone listed below that also received a nomination.

If you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their voluntary work, why not enter them in next year’s awards. More information will be available nearer the time.

Good Citizen

  • Amanda Johnson - for the years she has dedicated to the Skegness Youth Centre.
  • Cassandra Jameson - for her fundraising work for both the Air Ambulance and the oncology unit at Lincoln County Hospital.
  • Jane George - for her work in creating Boston Memory Music, a group that brings together dementia sufferers and carers with singing.
  • Lucy Read - for her work with the Positive Futures project
  • Wayne MacIntosh - for his dedication to, and subsequent development and improvement of the HBW Utd football team
  • Keith Sellers - for all the work he does for his local community in Horncastle
  • Luke Parker - for the years he has spent as a volunteer at Skegness Youth Club
  • Caroline Hauton - for her hark work over the past six years driving and organising the Santa’s Sleigh collection in Grantham for The Fire Fighters Charity
  • Gill Gray - for the work she has done in the Lea community, including being a member of the Friends of Richmond Park Committee
  • Raymond Andrew Smith - for his work in creating and running a centre for children with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Robert Frost - for his community work over the last 20 years as chairman of Holbeach village hall
  • Charles Anderson - for his work over the last 15 years as a volunteer for the Lincolnshire Remembrance Project
  • Les Ward - for his fantastic fundraising work for the Holbeach Band and Lincolnshire Air Ambulance
  • Dave Taylor - for his volunteer work over the last two years at Positive Futures in Gainsborough
  • Barry Hibitt - for the years he has dedicated to the Timberland Cricket Club
  • Owen Bates - for his work in the Blyton community, including his work as a special constable and a member of the parish council
  • Cassier Hanley Ball - for her work as chair of the Lincolnshire Children in Care Council
  • Enid Hewitt - for her Christian work in Londonthorpe village and Grantham hospital
  • Diane Robertson - for her work supporting serving and ex-members of the Royal Air Force and their families
  • Dane Butler - for his work as a scout leader at Sleaford Scout Group
  • Alison Combes - for her Christian work in the community in Moulton
  • Linda Knowles - for her work with at the Community Club for the elderly in Grimoldby
  • Elaine Brewery - for her work caring for sick and injured hedgehogs before releasing them into the wild
  • Graham West - for his work as a caring friend and neighbour to those in Alford

Young Citizen

  • Nesta Baxter - for her coaching work at Evolution Martial Arts in Boston
  • Jordan Havell - for his environmental work along the UK’s coastline
  • Jessica Richardson - for her work with the Salvation Army


  • Linda Lacey and Margaret Kristen - for their fundraising work and contribution to the village magazine
  • Sandra and Rob Lewis - for their work in improving community cohesion and neighbourhood sprit in the west end of Lincoln
  • John and Barbara Bartlett - for their work organising and running the Wragby Film Society
  • John and June Kirton - for their community work in Grantham over the last 15 ye
  • Mr and Mrs Grant - for their volunteer work as reading supports at Hillcrest Early Years Academy in Gainsborough
  • Ryan Vernon and Ryan Elms - for their work as young leader volunteers at Sutton Bridge Youth Club in Spalding.

Community Groups

  • Lincolnshire Young Inspectors - for its work in improving services for children and young people in Lincoln
  • Crowland Fire Station - for its impressive fundraising efforts for the Fire Fighters Charity
  • Evolution Martial Arts in Boston - for providing the community with free, welcoming and supportive fitness classes five nights a week
  • Lincolnshire Emergency Medical Response - for its rapid emergency response work across Lincolnshire
  • Stamford Street Pastor Volunteers - for the various types of help they provide to those out on the street on Saturday nights
  • Dementia Support South Lincs - for the support it provides to dementia sufferers and their families in the Stamford, Bourne and Deepings area


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