Shortlist for Twyford awards revealed
THE SHORTLIST has been announced for a community award scheme.
The annual event is organised by Twyford Together and has sought nominations in a host of categories from village residennts.
Now the nominees have an anxious wait to find out if they have been named the winners.
The awards will be presented by Gordon Storey from Twyford Together on Monday, September 24 at Buratta’s at The Royal Oak.
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: Music Made Fearless, Emma’s Kitchen Twyford, Newdays Pharmacy.
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: Twyford Parish Councill will be announcing the winner of this award on the night.
YOUNG CITIZEN OF THE YEAR:
Kitty Holmes, William Hawkins, Cara Winterburn.
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR: Gerry and Chris Wise (Twyford and Ruscombe Local History Society and Adopt-AStreet), Bill Barnes (Church warden at St James Church, Ruscombe), Tilly LesleyAnne Harris (1st Twyford Scouts).
COMMUNITY GROUP OF THE YEAR: Twyford Twinning Association, Wings for Single Parents and their Families, Wargrave & Twyford Community First Responders.
EVENT OF THE YEAR: Twyford & District Round Table Bonfire Carnival, Twyford Together Christmas Fayre, 1st Twyford Scouts’ Donkey Derby
SPORTS PERSON OF THE YEAR:
Dean Cooper (Twyford Comets), Anna Boniface (Athlete and Marathon Runner).
TWYFORD IN BLOOM AWARD: The Colleton Primary School, Wendy and Ian Stafford, Graham Starkie.
The awards are open to the Twyford community and the event is sponsored by Westgate Electrical Services Limited.