National Volunteer of the Year Award

 

For Outstanding Service to the Riding for the Disabled Association during 2009.

Clare Balding presents National Volunteer of the Year Award to Dawn White
Dawn White receives National Volunteer of the Year award from Clare Balding

We are proud and delighted to announce that Dawn White, one of Camsley Grange’s Group Instructors, was the deserving winner of the Riding for the Disabled Association national Volunteer of the Year Award.

Dawn was initially nominated by the group for Regional Volunteer of the Year for the North West Region and was formally presented with the award at the Regional Study Day on 15th November 2010.

Dawn had also been put forward for the national award, where an independent panel of judges chose the Winner and Runners-up from the Regional Winners.

Clare Balding, B.B.C. T.V. Presenter and Riding for the Disabled Association regional Vice President, presented the trophy at the 2010 Annual General Meeting at Saddlers’ Hall on 12 November 2010.

Everyone at Camsley Grange group would like to offer Dawn our heart felt congratulations, and thanks for her continued hard work and enthusiastic support, for which this award is recognition.