Who Do You Think Deserves Recognition For Their Work In The Community
The Rotary Club want to make this award to an individual who has worked selflessly for our
community. This is the 5th year we will be making the award in memory of Bryn Jones,
a well-loved resident of St. Asaph and an outstanding Rotarian.
We would like you, the people of St. Asaph, to tell us about individuals whose voluntary
work for the community should be recognised and who would be deserving of this award.
The award could be made for such things as a longstanding commitment to improving the
environment or the facilities in the area; providing a service to children, the elderly, the
disabled or other groups; voluntary work through councils, schools and other organisations;
fundraising for charity. Please take time to consider whom you think should receive this
award, perhaps someone whose voluntary work and service to the community should be
more widely recognised.
PLEASE LET US KNOW BY MAKING A NOMINATION
Residents of St. Asaph and surrounding villages are eligible for nomination. Please include
the name and address of the person you wish to nominate and a description of their
contribution to the community. A committee of the Rotary Club will decide who should
receive the Bryn Jones Community Service Award for 2016. Your identity will be known only
to this small committee, and not to your nominee unless you wish it. The award will be an
attractive engraved trophy and will be presented at the Club’s annual charter dinner in
February next year. The recipient of the award will be announced in the City Times.
Nominations must be received by the Rotary Club of St. Asaph by 25th November
Nomination and accompanying citation should be sent to:-
By Post: Tom Yuille, Mellowstone, Upper Denbigh Road. St. Asaph, LL17 0RR
By email: email@example.com
Royal Welch Regiment Freedom March
County Councillor Peter Scott (West Ward), City Mayor Cllr. Colin Hardie and Mayoress, Mrs. Gwenda Hardie, represented St. Asaph at a very special ceremony in Ruthin recently when the Freedom of Denbighshire, granted to the Royal Welsh Regient five years ago at a ceremony in Denbigh, was reaffirmed.
The event was very well attended and the streets of the attractive historic market town were packed to watch the regimental parade led by their famous goat mascot Llywelyn.