Posted: October 2015
Congratulations to Marilyn Storer who received the Royal Patron's Award from Abbeyfield "in grateful recognition of your outstanding and valued commitment to the care of elderly people." She was also awarded a lapel brooch of the Prince of Wales feathers (Prince Charles is the Royal Patron of Abbeyfield). For more information on Abbeyfields click here.
However, as well as the elderly, Marilyn was thanked in our 2013 church's annual report for the 25 years of service and leadership she had given to the children and young people of the J Team. So from young and old, church and community, we say "Thanks Marilyn and well done you!"
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