Mayor's Roll of Honour 2018

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. 

Name Reason
Ayan Yusuf For being an active member of the Wandsworth community since the early 2000s, working for many years with the Association of Somali Women and Children.
Mohammad Ali For volunteering tirelessly for many years for the ELAYS Network.
Charles Crosthwaite For working for more than five years as a prison visitor and advocate, giving advice and support to young offenders.
Donna Barham For tirelessly working to help local people on the Kambala Estate.
Delroy Bryant For volunteering for over twelve years as an instructor in the Army Cadet Force.
Paul Dong For being actively involved in local health matters in the borough.
Lilias Gillies For being the driving force behind the Wandsworth Older People's Forum and Network for more than two decades.
Pauline Griffith For working for over 19 years as a Wandsworth Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator.
Trevor Grubb For devoting many years to working with disadvantaged young people throughout Wandsworth.
Marcia Hoyte For working for her local residents' association, helping to found the Arndale Youth Club and now providing a number of activities for local children.
Georgina Ivor For being a resident of Balham since 1964 and making a huge contribution to her local area for over 30 years.
Judith Lawton For working for many years with lots of different charities and community groups across the borough and beyond, selflessly giving up her time to make Wandsworth a better place.
Antony Lewis-Crosby For diligently running the St Luke's Music Society for over 10 years, organising a variety of concerts, promoting music locally, raising money for a number of charities.
Janet Montgomery For supporting her residents' association and neighbours by shopping for those with disabilities and securing funding for a shared vegetable patch and greenhouse.
Tina Penfold For being the Vice Chair of Carey Gardens Co-op and working tirelessly to keep the estate safe and the local environment pleasant.
Teresa Reeve For giving up her free time as an unpaid volunteer to work for the Work and Play Scrapstore for over 25 years.
Kerena Richards For being an integral part of Allfarthing School PTA for four years and raising over £80,000 to upgrade their playground and sports facilities.
Kathy Sellwood For sitting outside Balham Station and selling poppies for the British Legion, whatever the weather.
Grace Sotinrin For running the Harvest of Grace Trinity Centre which provides hot meals every Saturday for local people who are in need.
Dawn Thomas For acting as a fundraiser, organiser and supporter of charities for local schools and her church, in particular supporting Eardley School, Chestnut Grove Academy and Furzedown Community Network.
Steve Whitmore For volunteering in Wandsworth for over 28 years and recently working in the borough as a Special constable.
Shop Mobility Volunteers For making an outstanding group contribution towards supporting elderly and disabled people to escape isolation, while providing practical assistance with their transport and shopping.