Mayor’s Community Award Winners

A full list of the winners of the Mayor’s Community Awards, presented on Sunday 22 January, together with thanks for the many organisations and individuals that made the event a success. £200 was raised for the Mayor’s charities.

The Mayor’s AwardThe Oultram Family
The Chair’s Special AwardFrodsham Food Bank
The Community Committee AwardFrodsham Junior Football Club
The Environment Committee AwardFrodsham Transition
Head Teacher of the YearMrs L Kirby, Frodsham C of E Primary School
Teacher of the YearMr Edd Naylor, Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School
Teaching Assistant of the YearMiss D Hopley, Frodsham Manor House Primary School
Long Service in EducationMrs C Wood, Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School (retired)
Dedication in EducationMrs Sutton, Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School
Governor of the YearDr G Sharpe, Frodsham C of E Primary School
Pub of the YearKash 22
Eatery of the YearRing O’Bells
Best Independent TradersHE Coward Butchers
Community Shop of the YearHales
Friendliest Staff in a BusinessTravelLab
Best BuildingThe Station House
Good Neighbour AwardHelsby Parish Council
Citizen of the YearMr John Miller
Young Person of the YearMaster Ryan Hall
Frodsham Town Council Employee of the YearMr Paul Morris
Frodsham Town Council Councillor of the YearCllr Judith Critchley
Charity of the YearWill to Work
Disabled-Friendly VenueThe Parish Hall
Carer of the YearDenise Derby
Lifetime Achievement AwardMr Mike Pusey
Unsung Hero at WorkPCSO Neil Flanagan
Unsung Hero in the CommunityMr Roy Williamson
Best ChoirFrodsham Sings

Mayor’s Personal Awards

  • The two Junior Mayors’ families
  • Deputy Mayor’s Consort, Mrs Lorraine Oulton
  • For dedication in public life:
    Cllrs Andrew Dawson and Lynn Riley
  • Mayor’s Faith Award:
    Rev Andrew Emison, Frodsham Methodist Church

The event raised £200 for the Mayor’s charities: St Laurence Church Restoration Fund and Frodsham Community Centre, and the Mayor thanks Frodsham Town Council and local businesses and individuals for their support.


  • The buffet was prepared by local caterer Julie and paid for by the Mayor’s family
  • Certificates by The Complete Invitation Company, Collinson Court
  • Ceramics by The Craft Box
  • Clocks by Billy Marr, Will to Work

Award sponsors

The Mayor sponsored all the awards except:

  • Chair’s Award
  • Community Committee Award
  • Environment Committee Award; and
  • Teacher of the Year – sponsored by Rabbitdigital Design
  • Young Person of the Year – sponsored by Helsby Parish Council and The Sweet Shop, Church Street

Cheques of £100 were given to Will to Work and Frodsham Junior Football Club. Frodsham Food Bank received £100 worth of Morrisons vouchers.

Fundraising prizes

Football card prize donated by KASH22

Raffle prizes donated by:

  • Cllr Judith Critchley
  • Frodsham Town Council
  • Bags by Blacks


The Parish Hall gave the venue free of charge. Big Bees Breakfast Club was in charge of set up at no cost and the Junior Mayors’ families supervised and did clearing away.

Award clocks and certificates
Table full of awards