Hampshire High Sheriff Awards 14th March in Winchester

Mrs Mary Montagu-Scott has announced the 16 recipients receiving commendations for their great work in the community. The High Sheriff Awards are a mark of distinction and recognition given to individual volunteers, groups and public servants based in Hampshire who are making a significant contribution to society, focusing on law and order related projects, particularly those that enhance safety and cohesion in our communities.

Many of these individuals and groups go beyond the ‘call of duty’ in their everyday work and deserve special recognition for their commitment. The awards were presented at a ceremony held in the Great Hall in Winchester, one of the finest surviving aisled halls of the 13th century containing the greatest symbol of medieval mythology, King Arthur’s Round Table.














The recipients are as follows :

  • Sarah Cohen, Crime Prevention Officer
  • Helen Gaskell, Magistrate and Bench Chair,
  • Mrs Angela Smallwood, Volunteer for Victim Support
  • Basingstoke Street Pastors
  • Blue Lamp Trust, Eastleigh
  • Citizens Advice Winchester District Prison Team
  • Hampshire Constabulary Volume Fraud Investigation Team, Hamble
  • Hampshire Fostering Network, Southampton
  • Hawley Community Garden, Farnborough
  • Loud and Proud, Gosport
  • Police Medical Welfare Service, Andover
  • Portsmouth Music Hub
  • Tower House Horses CIC, Winchester
  • Victim Support, Eastleigh
  • Yellow Door, Southampton
  • YMCA Weston Community Library, Southampton
Posted in HHS, HHS Hon Mrs Mary Montagu-Scott 2017-2018.