‘The Presentation of Young Persons Award for Service to the Seaford Community’
WORK was brought to a stop for a few minutes at the Seahaven food bank, Vale Road, when Seaford Rotary marked the contribution made by the young people with a certificate to recognise their volunteer work in support of the Seahaven Storehouse Foodbank dur
On behalf of President Martin McGill, Seaford Rotary Second Vice President Mike Ogilvie presented ‘The Young Persons Award for Service to the Seaford Community’ certificates to Alice Wormald, Ben and Dan Woodgate, Jack and James Bradford and Warren and Jonah Patton.
Alice Wormald who has returned to university was presented with her award before she returned to her studies. Di Bradford collected the awards for Jack and James Bradford who were unavailable.
All the recipients of the award have been working weekly at the foodbank during the current Covid pandemic. The foodbank delivers on a Thursday which is a full day’s work. Some of the recipients have also been at the foodbank on a Wednesday to help with collecting store purchase deliveries and distribute to stock shelves.