On Friday 24th November the BHS Annual Awards Ceremony was held at Saddlers Halls in London and six marvellous volunteers from the South East received awards. Without the hard work of our dedicated volunteers welfare cases would go unnoticed, bridlepaths would disappear, road safety issues would not be addressed and local training and social events would suffer (to name but a few things!). Congratulations to Donald who received a well-deserved award, presented by the BHS president, Martin Clunes.
Pictured right to left;

Hugh Craddock, Access Officer in Surrey, received an Access Award for excellent service by a volunteer in furtherance of enhanced equestrian access relating to his tireless work relating to historical research
Anne Rillie, Kent Access Officer, 25 years long service
Claire McCaffery-Clarke – London & South East Regional Manager
Avril Sleeman, Surrey Access Officer; 30 years long service award
Diane Beach, Surrey Access Officer; 25 years long service award
Donald Kear, West Sussex Welfare Officer; 40 years long service award
Penny Jann, Surrey British Riding Club Officer; 25 years long service award

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