A group of young Scouts and Scout leaders received Deputy Lieutenant Award Certificates in a ceremony attended by the Mayor of Croydon, the Deputy Lieutenant of Croydon and friends and family at the Town Hall last night.
In total, 13 young people from the borough received certificates last night, seven of them being active members of Croydon Scouting.
The Deputy Lieutenant, Colonel Ray Wilkinson, is formally the Queen’s representative in the borough, and he presides over an annual set of awards for youth service in the community.
Those from Croydon Scouting receiving awards were Heather Clark and Daniel Bradnam (Scout Network Section) and Explorer or Young Leaders Joseph Starling, Laura Howlett, Samuel McGuire, Toby Danielson and Nathan Begley.
Starling was also presented with his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award by the Mayor of Croydon, Councillor Humayun Kabir.
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