The eleventh of our Cat Community Hero Awards has been presented to Georgina Greenhalgh who lives in Haslington, Crewe.
Andrea Holland, who nominated Georgina told us that “Georgina was furloughed from her job and instead of sitting in this glorious sunshine she has been sitting at a sewing machine churning out face masks.
“She started out making them as a kindness for family and friends but anyone who saw one wanted one and she is now in full flow making masks for all sorts of people, asking for just a £1 donation per mask.
“She had raised more than £3,000 which she is splitting between the St Paul’s Food Bank in Crewe, the Haslington Covid Support Group and the Haslington Neighbours community group. She has a heart of gold and I would love to see her recognised.”
Chris Cadman, Managing Director, The Cat community radio said: “The Cat 107.9 FM continues to find ways to help and inform the community during the Coronavirus crisis.
“The Community Hero Award recognises people who are going the extra mile to help the community and whose efforts help lift people’s spirits.
“It is fantastic and heart-warming to recognise local people and their efforts and to say a big thank you.”
If you know someone who deserves recognition, please send a nomination, together with their name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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