CDS sponsor the Waltham Forest Love Your Borough Awards 2017
At CDS we take pride in making a difference to the lives of individuals and communities in the UK. We were therefore delighted to sponsor the Love Your Borough Awards for a second year at the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
The awards, held in Walthamstow on Friday 12 May, saw inspirational individuals and organisations praised for helping to make the borough a better place to live and work.
Dedicated volunteers, exciting entrepreneurs, hard-working professionals and caring community groups all came together at the ceremony, where they received well-deserved praise.
Several CDS colleagues attended the event and our Operations Director, Phil Quinlan presented the Arts and Culture Award. CDS are a key sponsor of the awards.
And the winners are…
The Council received many impressive nominations for the awards, which gave the panel of judges a tough task when picking the winners.
One of the winners was Citizen of the Year, Katherine Foreman, who regularly goes out of her way to make a significant difference in the borough.
London Fire Brigade - Leytonstone Green Watch picked up the Uniformed Service Hero award. This was for how they have gone that ‘extra mile’ to make a difference to their community, neighbourhood and Waltham Forest as a whole.
The Arts, Culture and Heritage Award went to the Warner Estate Project, which actively encourages others in the community to take part in creative arts projects.
Yardarm Leyton and Technical Pub won the Leader’s Business Award.
This year’s Leader’s Individual Award was given to Mother Maria Emeagi. This is a special award which went to Mother Maria Emeagi who has gone the extra mile to benefit the local community.
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