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away in January 2014, which left William “devastated,” ed,” according g to his mother Justine.
She said: “Will’s had a really challenging year.”
She added: “They were incredibly close. It turned his world upside down for a bit.”
William’s gruelling daily schedule involves a 90-minute commute to and from Camberley Judo Club, a three hour training session and a full day at school.
“I’m very proud of him,” said Ms von Mallinckrodt.
She added: “He will be quite shocked to be nominated. He’s quite a reserved individual and just gets on with things and will be quite surprised that anybody else thinks that what he does is exceptional because it’s become a way o of life for him him.”
C Current coach Co Colin Small, wh who took over fro from Mr W Werner, said: “I per personally feel he’s one of our stars for the future. He’s a v very talented judo player.
“I took him to Japan to one of the top judo universities in the world and he managed to throw some people there.
“He makes my job very easy. I end up more guarding him than teaching him. I just need to lead him in the right direction.
“You give him a programme of work and he just does it.” A PILLAR of the community has been nominated in the community champion category of the awards, which is sponsored by Nunn Hayward.
One of the people who nominated Peter Healy was his daughter, Rachel.
She said: “If everyone did just a fraction of what my dad d does for their local community then the world orld would be a better place for all. He has put in many hours of work for local projects and now he is so called retired he is now doing more than ever.”
Mr Healy does marketing and research for Amersham museum, runs a community website for Holmer Green and helps to run the Holmer Green Players drama group.
Member of Holmer Green Players, Sam Edgley, said: “Mr Healy was one of the founding membersb of fH Holmerl Green Players and over the past 35 years he has dedicated so much to the group. I honestly don’t think the group could continue without him. Some of the key things he does are manage several local websites, produces many, if not all, in some capacity, of the Holmer Green Players shows, mentors our junior tech team, works at a local homeless shelter on ChristmasChristm Day, manages a numbernumbe of online businesses,busine works for AmershamAme Museum lookingloo into the history of our wonderful countyco and so much more. I cannot think of a better person to no nominate because Mr He Healy generally is a her hero and our com community would be lost w without him.”
Othe Other members of the drama group also nomin nominated the community stalwart.l
Mr Healy, who has lived in Holmer Green for the past 37 years, said: “I do enjoy doing all of the work because I think that it is very useful in the community. I think Holmer Green Players is very useful for juniors as they may not be able to afford stage school.”
Mr Healy spends around 20-25 hours a week volunteering in his community.