Hampshire High Sheriff Awards recognise Treloar’s work in the local community
Treloar’s Students Josh and Michael travelled to the Great Hall in Winchester for a special ceremony. They were invited to receive an award on behalf of Treloar’s commending our work in the local community from the High Sheriff of Hampshire, Mr Phillip Sykes.
Treloar’s were amongst 18 other recipients receiving commendations for their work in the community and to recognise those going beyond the call of duty in their own areas of expertise. Local magistrate’s, first responders, Age UK, Citizens Advice Winchester and the RNLI Lymington were amongst others recognised for their contribution to Hampshire life.
Speaking at the awards ceremony in the Great Hall in Winchester, the High Sheriff said, “I am delighted to be able to formally recognise all of the individuals and groups here today who have worked tirelessly in their respective fields to make their local communities safe and welcoming”.
The High Sheriff Awards are a mark of distinction and recognition given to Hampshire-based volunteers, groups and public servants making a significant contribution to society through enhancing safety and cohesion in our communities.
The party from Treloar’s included students Josh Sousa, Michael Hoad, Director of Fundraising, Jon Colville, Trish White and Cesar Gomez.
The award for Treloar’s was in recognition of our contribution to our local community in relation to disability over many years. Everyone was very proud to receive their awards in the company of so many other inspiring individuals, community groups and charities, in the historical great Hall at Winchester.
The full list of award winners is available on the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation website.
Photography by Joe Low