Mayor's Roll of Honour
Roll of Honour 2017
The Roll of Honour is a list of local people who have volunteered their time to help others and have been awarded a special Wandsworth pin by the mayor.
The pin shows the Wandsworth mayoral crest.
|Jatinder Verma MBE||Jan 2017||For outstanding services to the arts and Tara Theatre in the Borough of Wandsworth|
|Patricia Plant||Jan 2017||
For services in the community. Caring with compassion and kindness for people in need of help and understanding during the past 33 years.
|Denise Burton (Chief Petty Officer)||Feb 2017||For 30 years great community service to the Tooting & Balham Sea Cadets.|
|Kelly Burton (Chief Petty Officer)||Feb 2017||For 20 years great community service to the Tooting & Balham Sea Cadets.|
|Lieutenant Colonel Edward Moorhouse Commanding Officer of Royal Marines Reserve (City of London)||Feb 2017||For outstanding service in the community particularly engaging with Wandsworth Schools and furthering the aims and objectives of the Royal Marines in the Borough. Royal Marines Reserve (City of London) conferred Freeman of the Borough January 2017.|
|Graham Harris||Mar 2017||Resident on the Doddington Estate in Battersea for over 30 years. Chairman of Doddington West Residents Association up to 2016 and worked tirelessly for over 30 years.|
|Tina Penfold||Mar 2017||Resident of Carey Gardens Estate in Battersea for over 30 years and is on the committee for the co-op. Organises social events throughout the year for the whole community. Chosen as a Housing Community Champion for her hard work and enthusiastic community spirit.|
|Fred Chambers||Mar 2017||Housing Community Champion for his commitment to improving the estate. Such as building repairs and flytipping, passionate about keeping the estate clean.|
|Martell Lynch & Rowan Salim||Mar 2017||Martell & Rowan are accepting the role of Housing Community Champion on behalf of the Ashburton Community Garden on the Ashburton Estate in Putney. Teamed up with the Putney Food assembly to begin an initiative to plant fruit and vegetables and to improve the biodiversity and beauty of the local area. Out of this came the idea of the Ashburton Community Garden.|
|Neil Wright||Mar 2017||For services to Tooting Gymnastics giving many years of support and guidance.|