local residents recognised for their contributions to community life in Kenilworth

Pauline Hayward (left) and Helen Braithwaite (right) receive their awards from Mayor of Kenilworth Cllr Richard Dickson
Pauline Hayward (left) and Helen Braithwaite (right) receive their awards from Mayor of Kenilworth Cllr Richard Dickson. Photo courtesy of Kenilworth Hub News

Our very own Helen Braithwaite and Pauline Hayward have been recognised for their contributions to community life in Kenilworth with Awards of Merit presented by the mayor.

“Since March 2020 Helen Braithwaite has organised the ‘Pharmie Army’ of volunteers, which has delivered more than 7,500 prescriptions to local people who were unable to collect them from their local pharmacy because they were shielding.”

“Pauline Hayward has coordinated the charity’s helpline which has received more than 33,000 calls in the past year, as well as organising the delivery of more than 4,000 meals to isolating residents.”

We are very proud of Helen and Pauline and truly thankful for all their continuous hardwork within the charity. The recognition is well deserved.

“We’ve received the award, but recognise we couldn’t have done what we’ve done without the help and dedicated support of our teams and town volunteers who have helped, however much or little, over the last year.”

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