Social: High Sheriff of Kent’s Awards 2016

PUBLISHED: 10:51 28 April 2016 | UPDATED: 10:51 28 April 2016

All Award Winners with The High Sheriff and Caroline Alexander

All Award Winners with The High Sheriff and Caroline Alexander

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Here are some pictures from the 2016 High Sheriff of Kent’s Awards. Social news from around the county

Andrew Turnball, Shaun Shand, William Alexander, Paul Lewis and Andrew Heselwood of Kent Search & RescueAndrew Turnball, Shaun Shand, William Alexander, Paul Lewis and Andrew Heselwood of Kent Search & Rescue

Each year the High Sheriff, supported by Kent Community Foundation, recognises individuals and organisations across Kent whose work has particularly impressed him or her during their year in office. At a ceremony in County Hall, William Alexander presented his 2016 awards to three charities West Kent Extra, Unlock and Kent Search & Rescue, as well as three dedicated individuals, Nikki Dennington, Malcolm Whitelaw and Tim Cronin, who contribute to educating offenders in Kent’s prisons. Challenger Troop, the Blue Plaque Group in West Malling and the emergency services partnership, which screens a hard-hitting driver safety film, Licence to Kill to thousands of Kent’s youngsters, also came in for praise and High Sheriff Awards.

Nikki Dennington with the High SheriffNikki Dennington with the High Sheriff

Carol Collen, Denise Collett, the High Sheriff, Alan Faulkner, Mick Sayer and Paul Binnie, partners in Kents Young Driver Safety InitiativeCarol Collen, Denise Collett, the High Sheriff, Alan Faulkner, Mick Sayer and Paul Binnie, partners in Kents Young Driver Safety Initiative

David Notman, Gemma Philips and Malcolm Whitelaw, Swaleside Open AcademyDavid Notman, Gemma Philips and Malcolm Whitelaw, Swaleside Open Academy

Keeley Atkinson of West Kent Extra with the High SheriffKeeley Atkinson of West Kent Extra with the High Sheriff

Simon Dean receives the Award for his Challenger Troop organisationSimon Dean receives the Award for his Challenger Troop organisation

Trudy Dean receives the Award for the West Malling Blue Plaque GroupTrudy Dean receives the Award for the West Malling Blue Plaque Group

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