PHOTOS: Children rewarded for outstanding contributions to their village

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 May 2019

Amy Simms (cub and brownie), 
Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night.
26,04,19

Amy Simms (cub and brownie), Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night. 26,04,19

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Children who have made an outstanding contribution to their village were celebrated.

Finlay McTeer (beaver), Katie Flook (rainbow), Amy Simms (cub and brownie), Anya Aggington (cub), Phoebe Jonston (scout), Lucy Truckle (guide), Ellie Fox (youth partnership volunteer), Alyx Carter (youth group) and Saskia Lawrence (Congresbury cricket club)
Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night.
26,04,19Finlay McTeer (beaver), Katie Flook (rainbow), Amy Simms (cub and brownie), Anya Aggington (cub), Phoebe Jonston (scout), Lucy Truckle (guide), Ellie Fox (youth partnership volunteer), Alyx Carter (youth group) and Saskia Lawrence (Congresbury cricket club) Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night. 26,04,19

Congresbury Youth Partnership (CYP) hosted its Young People's Awards ceremony on Friday to recognise the efforts of youngsters in the village.

The winners were presented with shields at the recreation club.

Among the winners were Finlay McTeer, Katie Flook, Amy Simms, Anya Aggington and Phoebe Jonston.

Lucy Truckle, Ellie Fox, Alyx Carter and Saskia Lawrence also won awards.

Saskia Lawrence (Congresbury cricket club)
Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night.
26,04,19Saskia Lawrence (Congresbury cricket club) Congresbury Youth Partnership awards night. 26,04,19

CYP secretary Alex Ballard said: “The awards were set up in 2011 by the Sullivan family in memory of Tony Sullivan.

“Tony was a hard-working inspirer of young people, encouraging them to achieve even when he was himself out of his comfort zone. He was a vital part of CYP and the football club.

“Youth groups nominate one person who has stood out for commitment, effort, and support of others.”


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