Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 10th April 2022 7:30pm
The Proud of Bucks Community Awards celebrate Buckinghamshire's communities that have demonstrated caring, creativity and commitment towards their local areas.
The awards recognise and applaud outstanding community contributions carried out by local individuals, groups and organisations.
The Proud of Bucks Award 2021 were generously sponsored by The Clare Foundation.
Each of Buckinghamshire's 16 Community Boards celebrated local people, groups and organisations and on Friday 8th April Haddenham picked up two awards.
The presentations were made by Councillor Ashley Waite, Chairman of the Haddenham and Waddesdon Community Board.
We are delighted to announce that Haddenham.net has been Highly Commended by the Haddenham & Waddesdon Community Board in the 2021 Awards. Editor Keith Milmer received the award on behalf of the website team.
Vaccination Volunteer Coordination
Martin Andrew also collected an award in recognition of his huge voluntary contribution to the Haddenham Vaccination Programme. Martin is a member of Haddenham and District Rotary Club and took on the job of organising volunteer rotas for all aspects of marshalling Haddenham's Vaccination programme. He put in many hours behind the scenes recruiting, training and managing the volunteer rota. Over 35,000 Covid-19 vaccinations were given at Haddenham Pharmacy between 5th March 2021 and the end of February this year.
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