On Wednesday 14th December Enter CIC provided the Chairman of Durham County Council Councillor Dennis Morgan and wife Linda Morgan with a short performance for an award evening. Awards were presented by the Chairman to the young people at Enter for excellent achievement in performing arts and community initiatives and then to finish the evening the Chairman presented Andrea Mallen Flynn with the Chairman’s Medal. Andrea said “I am delighted to receive this award and its a real pleasure to work with the young people in this community. They are a very talented group of young people and its a privilege to spend time with them and to receive this award for this type of work”
On the evening the Chairman presented Abbie Todd with a Community Champion certificate and Kyran Richmond with a Performance Achievement certificate. The Enter CIC band known as Teenage Chorus comprised of Andrew Robertshaw, Jack Mylchreest and James Robson were also presented with Performance Achievement certificates for their outstanding contribution to the song entitled ‘Tell me what it’s like, a soldiers tale’. The song was a hit at Enter CIC’s Help for Heroes performance in July and can still be downloaded from itunes.
The evening culminated in all children being presented with Enter CIC Christmas Community Performance Certificates and medals. The medals were funded by the 4 Together Partnership AAP and were presented by Councillor Brian Avery, Councillor David Farry, Lee Copeland Principal AAP Coordinator, Paula Nixon AAP Community Development Officer and Carole Payne Head of Early Intervention and Partnership, Children and Young People’s Services, Durham County Council.
The children were excited and delighted to receive their awards and medals from the Chairman and local dignitaries. It was a lovely evening and a great celebratory end to the year.
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