Frances Moseley Community Award 2019
Frances Moseley Award Winners 2019
The Frances Moseley award, is in memory of the late Berrylands Ward Councillor and housing lead member and it celebrates local people who help Kingston's tenants and leaseholders as well as the wider community. This year the award was presented by Councillor Emily Davey, Housing portfolio holder and the award winners were presented with the award in the Mayor's Parlour. Our previous Mayor Councillor Thayalan welcomed the winners and their guests.
This years winners are
Jill has been running just about every social and community event on the Cambridge road Estate for the past 15 years or more. This includes the annual 'Fun Day' each September and the Tuesday lunch time meal which feeds 50 people who are homeless or vulnerable every Tuesday.
David West recently stood down as Chair of the Kingston resident scrutiny panel (KRiSP) after more then 5 years leading it. David worked tirelessly behind the scenes to forge good relations, create a team of willing volunteers, and he has given up large amounts of his time with one key aim, to improve services for residents in the borough.
A special award went to Herbie Paddon. Herbie was part of KRiSP since it began and worked with his wife Jackie until he sadly died in 2018. We are honouring Herbie with this special award for his generosity and passion to makes things better. Whether that was to create a social event on the estate or the time that he provided to improve housing services.