Chairman’s Award September 2021
Chairman Councillor John Brownrigg presents his first Chairman’s award to Thomas Tredoux for being the first cub from the 25th Ecclesfield division to complete all of his Cub Scout Badges.
Left: Chairman Councillor John Brownrigg pictured with Thomas Tredoux and Chairman of Ecclesfield Scouts Ian Potter
Right: Chairman Councillor John Brownrigg pictured presenting Thomas Tredoux with his award alongside his parents, along with fellow Councillors pictured left to right, Councillor Denise Fearnley, Councillor Alan Hooper, Councillor David Ogle, Councillor Vic Bowden, Councillor John Bowden, Councillor Kate Guest, Councillor John Housley and Councillor Carol Levery.
Chairman’s Awards March 2021
The Chairman’s Awards are given to people and groups for their outstanding commitment to the Community. This year’s awards were received socially distantly due to Covid as follows:
David Pepper: For service to Ecclesfield Parish Council Grenoside Ward, involvement in community life.
Denise Fearnley: For service to Ecclesfield Parish Council, High Green Ward, representing the community on several committees.
John Harrison: Work in the Ecclesfield community, and in the Ecclesfield In Bloom group.
Robert Marsden: Chairman of Ecclesfield in Bloom, and long-time member of Friends of Ecclesfield Park and Garden.
Julie & Paul Marshall: For their support and time given to Ecclesfield Library.
Chris Levesley (Kit): Life time involvement in Scout leading in the Grenoside area. Also involved in organisation of Grenoside Christmas tree festival.
Graham Oxley: For service to Ecclesfield Parish Council, Chapeltown Ward and President of Friends of Chapeltown Park.
Doris Denton: Long-time Secretary of Friends of Chapeltown Park, fundraiser for events in Chapeltown Park.
Diane & Anthony Round: Working for local small businesses and the community within Chapeltown.
Michelle Dickinson: Chair of Friends of Charlton Brook.
Burncross Action Team: For their work within the community, Schools and garden.
A letter from the Deputy Lord Leftenant Christopher J Jewitt to Anthony Roebuck President of the Royal British Legion, Chapeltown Branch, praising the branch and Ecclesfield Parish Council on the success of a very different Remembrance Day Service during the pandemic this year.