The winners have been announced!

Civic Award Winners 2019

 

The winners of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Civic Awards 2019 were announced at a glittering award ceremony on Friday 22 March 2019. 

View all the winners from the night below and head over to our Facebook Page to view the photos from the award ceremony. 

Young Persons Outstanding Achievement Award - a person under 25 years of age who has made an outstanding contributiuon to their community

  • Sururat Ibrahim - she is currently a member of Greenwich Young People’s Council and the borough’s Member of UK Youth Parliament.

Volunteer Award - a person who goes out of their way to help others

  • Peter Dixon
  • Megan Roberts
  • Lucy Onyemachi Isaiah
  • Anne Read
  • Emma Dutton
  • Frank Appiah
  • Caroline Chepkemoi Langat

Community Award - for a person or group who make an extra effort to contribute to the community

  • Mike Lauricourt and Mami Speak
  • Tom Barnes
  • Olutoyin Ogunbanjo
  • PC Phillip Cresswell-Nash
  • Deborah O’Boyle
  • The Charlton Society
  • James Thomson
  • Dr Greg Ussher
  • Rev Robert (Tim) Yeager
  • Joan Plant
  • Cheryl Spruce

Teacher/Teaching Assistant of the Year Award - someone who you know that is doing an outstanding job every day

  • Pierre Francis
  • Amanda House

Sporting Achievement Award - to recognise a person who has achieved success through playing, coaching or organising sports in the borough

  • NTT Badminton Group
  • Gheis Azizi
  • Stephanie Turner

Arts & Entertainment Award - a person or group who have made an outstanding contribution to arts, culture and entertainment in the borough 

  • Carmel Britto
  • Blackheath Halls
  • Bryon Wallen

Act of Courage Award - someone who has shown remarkable courage and/or bravery

  • Robert Long
  • PC Lee Cleaver
  • PC Dan Nimmons
  • Christopher Walters
  • Cadet Alex Kubanski

Lifetime Achievement Award - an outstanding contribution to the borough over an extended period of time (minimum 20 years)

  • Joyce Cooper
  • Mick Murphy
  • Pat Winston
  • Roden Richardson
  • Professor Anthony Bowne
  • John Kemmis

Leader’s Special Civic Award

  • Sunny Crouch, OBE DBAHon – Chair of Visit Greenwich. Sue received her award for services to tourism and economic development in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.