Lifetimer Andrew proud to play role of patron at Horizon Special Awards night

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Lifetimer Andrew proud to play role of patron at Horizon Special Awards night

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Posted on: 30/09/2014

Lifetime Social Media Manager Andrew Lodge was proud to play his part in Horizon Community College’s Special Awards celebration event at the Holiday Inn, Barnsley on Monday evening.

Andrew, representing Lifetime, is one of Horizon’s I Know I Can patrons (see picture below), who have volunteered to help the college recognise and celebrate the community activities and personal achievements of students.


The patrons came together on Monday, together with special guests Dan Jarvis MP, Angela Smith MP and the Mayor of Barnsley Tim Shepherd, to pay tribute to the students and to present them with their awards.

Dan Jarvis delivered a terrific speech, as did Horizon’s Charlie Brammer and principal Nick Bowen, extolling the virtues of not only the students receiving the special awards but also the town’s young people in general.

The winners on the night were: Jack Bray, Libby Dixon, Anna Firth, Sebastian Garwood, Kadah Glover, Eve Lodge, Megan Lomax, Courtney Mallinder, Eleanor Manley, Rebecca Prigmore and Kate Pursley (all pictured below, together with Dan Jarvis and other dignitaries).


Said a Horizon representative: “The students that have been presented with a special award embody the spirit of Community Enterprise. They have been involved in many remarkable and charitable projects. It has been a privilege to recognise their achievements but also we hope that the students themselves realise that, through their own hard work and dedication, they have in some way made a difference.

“We would also like to thank our patrons who have kindly and generously given their time to add real credibility to this award by interviewing all out students and endorsing the awards we have presented.”

The full list of patrons are as follows:

Phyllis Barnes – Barnsley Civic Trust

Sue Barton – National Health Service

John Bostwick – Horizon’s Chair of Governors

Ron Carbutt OBE – The Ron Carbutt Trust Fund

Sue Coffey – Enterprising Young People Project, BMBC

Sandra Creeton – Horizon Governor

Marlene Crossland – Pogmoor Park Residents Association

Chris Forest – The Co-operative

Sarah Goldthorpe – BBC Look North

Geoff Goodlad – Rotarian

Donna Green – BMBC Councillor

Carrie Knapton – Chamber of Commerce

Andrew Lodge – Lifetime

Ashleigh Porter Exley – National Enterprise, BBC’s Young Apprentice winner

Jim Logan – Logan Health Group

Andy Nicholson – Doyle Security

Lucy Stirk – Horizon Governor

Wayne Sables – Wayne Sables Project



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