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Good Citizens Awards 2016 – The nominees

22 June 2016

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

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 Citizens Awards 2016

Good Citizens Awards 2016

Good Citizen

Martin Thomas - for his work in creating a community for businesses across Twitter through the account @LincsConnect. He spends a lot of his time helping businesses and offering advice as well as holding monthly networking meetings.

Danielle Vincent- for her work in raising money in her local area to provide every school with a defibrillator. Danielle took it upon herself to do this after losing her nephew to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.

Laurice Barnascone - for her work in helping out in her local community through improving and maintaining the appearance of the village.

Ian Kendrick - for his work volunteering for the Health Walks and dementia groups in North Kesteven.

Carole Hughes - for her work fundraising for children in the region with brain tumours on behalf of the charity she founded, Anna’s Hope. Over the past 10 years, Carole has helped raised £1.25m after the death of her daughter Anna through a number of different activities.

Eva Nullis - for her contribution to the community of Dry Doddington for more than 50 years, from helping out the Women’s Institute to raising hundreds of pounds for the local community.

Nick Grimshaw - for his work as a volunteer for the North Kesteven Social Strollers Health Walk Scheme and Dementia Activity Hub.

Marion Meggat - for her dedication to Kuk Sool Won over 20 years, progressing from member to teacher, not letting health problems stand in the way.

John Taylor - for his tireless work over the past ten years with his partner Denise supporting three charities dedicated to supporting dogs.

Karen Watson - for her work fundraising nearly £35,000 for charity despite being diagnosed with Cavernous Angioma, a rare and debilitating condition, over ten years ago.

Sheila Oxby - for her work as Cub Scout Leader in Wellingore for over 30 years. Through her commitment to the role, she ensured the group remained open and active.

Robert Wright - for his work and commitment to helping the long term unemployed return to work through his role at PeoplePlus. He has helped many people regain their confidence and get their lives back on track.

Kim Baker - for her work as a member of the Skegness Amateur Swimming Club since it was formed eight years ago. Not only does Kim spend hours at the pool during training sessions, but she also commits her time to organise events and help with the running of the club.

Guy Dix - for his work as Cub Scout Leader for the 3rd Boston Fishtoft Cubs for over thirty years. He dedicates his time to making sure the cub scouts get the most out of their experience through organising events such as 5 a side football and weekend camps at various locations.

Rob Dixon - for his work supporting local charities in the Grantham area. His fundraising work has seen him organise race nights and charity football events.

Nora Bryan - for her work as a volunteer at Cliffedale Primary School in a number of capacities since 2005, including listening to young children read.

David Bedlow - for his work at his local sports club and organising the 1940’s weekend event for the area.

Maggie Collinson - For her work keeping the 2nd Market Rasen Scout Group going and her dedication to seeing young people work their way up to become Young Leaders. She has been leader for around 28 years and is one of the main fundraisers for the group, holding a number of different events throughout the years.

Brenda Pack - for her work creating quilts to give to sick, vulnerable babies, children and teenagers.

Sally-Anne Feary - for her work leading cadets between the ages of 12-18 and teaching them essential life skills based around a military based syllabus. She not only acts as a teacher but a mentor and someone who is there for the cadets to confide in.

Tony Price - for his work running the ‘Fit as a Fiddle’ group over the past six years, not only helping older people with exercise but organising activities and days out.

Terence Audis - for his work in the Timberland Community, working for the parish council over the past two years and helping with a successful lottery bid to improve a community play space.

Couple/ Pair award

Lesley and Steve Frampton - for their volunteer work supporting Bransby Horses both at the location of the charity and through fundraising.


Nomads Explorer Scout Unit Leadership Team - for their work to provide young people with the opportunity to experience a new adventure and help them achieve their potential.

Welton and District Patients and Doctors Association - for their work in the community to provide a point of contact for patient and doctor liaison and fundraising for the local health centre.

Young Citizen

Charlotte Bailey - for her work fundraising for Laffletics Adapted Sports club to buy equipment for young people not as physically able as herself. She raised over £700, challenging herself to run 6.2 miles in 10 days.

Brandon McNulty - for his work as an instructor at Kuk Sool Won Martial Arts, Boston. Starting at a young age Brandon has worked his way up from student to teacher plays a big part in the martial arts community.

Isabelle Clark - for her work fundraising for Children in Need. Isabelle swam a mile a day for 21 consecutive days at the age of only 9! Her efforts saw her raise over £1600.

Chloe Willis - for her fundraising work over the past six years. Chloe has chosen a different charity every year, dedicating her time from January to December to raise as much money as she can.

Jordan Havell - for his work in the Mablethorpe/Sutton on Sea community. Jordan spends a lot of his time volunteering and promoting the issue of stranding on the Lincolnshire coastline.

Natasha Anastasiou - for her work fundraising for Cancer Research and the Teenage Cancer Trust after being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Natasha raised £2,580 taking part in the Race for Life and a further £1720 at a charity ball in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Greg Darling - for his work assisting the local Beaver group in Sleaford. He is a dedicated young leader, getting involved in all activities and helping out where he can, whilst being a positive role model for young people.

Liam Wilson - for his work as a member of Positive Futures in Louth. From joining up in 2013, Liam has progressed and developed his leadership skills through completing his Sports Leaders UK Young Leaders award and volunteering as well as organising trips for younger members.


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