Prince’s Trust team congratulated

A presentation has been made to members of the hard-working Princes Trust team who helped create a great new resource for charity United Response, at Shipley Park.

Amber Valley Borough Council’s Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor John Walker and Mrs Angela Walker, were on hand as the Team’s members were officially recognised.

The group of 16-25 year olds put in a solid two weeks’ work in bitter conditions to transform the land and create a poly tunnel, after a long period of disuse.

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Pictured are, back row - Patrick McConnell [team leader], (unnamed army member), Phoebe Ray, Councillor John Walker, Mrs Angela Walker, Councillor Heather Longdon, Councillor Alan Longdon, Councillor Richard Iliffe, Bronya Luby, Kelly Jackson Front row - Alex Harris, Sophie Plackett, Jesse Watson, Kieran Reaney, Georgina Williams, Ryan Garton, Lauren Osbourne.

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