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Behind the scenes at The High Sheriff’s Community Awards

PUBLISHED: 16:28 13 May 2014 | UPDATED: 16:32 13 May 2014

Living Paintings receives their award

Living Paintings receives their award

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Photographs by Jason Allen

Winchester Great Hall made for an atmospheric backdropWinchester Great Hall made for an atmospheric backdrop

In last month’s issue we featured the brilliant work going on around the county by the winners of the High Sheriff’s Community Awards.

After six months of searching and interviewing, the ceremony finally took place at Winchester’s Great Hall and we were there to celebrate and reward those that have gone above and beyond expectations to help support their local towns and villages.

Karen Andrews, Lauren Udall and Sarah ButlerKaren Andrews, Lauren Udall and Sarah Butler

It was a truly inspirational evening that highlighted just how community spirited our county really is. There were representatives from all corners of Hampshire and a broad range of services and individuals that had all been nominated for an award.

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Rachel Hamilton, Peta Sampson and Julie HoughtonRachel Hamilton, Peta Sampson and Julie Houghton

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The Minstead Training Project receiving their awardThe Minstead Training Project receiving their award

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Paul Buttley, Jackie Buttley and Steve ToogoodPaul Buttley, Jackie Buttley and Steve Toogood

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The people behind the Tom Prince Cancer Trust receive their awardThe people behind the Tom Prince Cancer Trust receive their award

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Sophie Holdway, Lizzie Moore, Claire Harrill, Melanie Harrill and Nick LittlerSophie Holdway, Lizzie Moore, Claire Harrill, Melanie Harrill and Nick Littler

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Tom Bradby, Elizabeth Barnett, The High Sheriff Rupert YoungerTom Bradby, Elizabeth Barnett, The High Sheriff Rupert Younger

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Annie McKean MBE, Jo Bird and Mollee VaseyAnnie McKean MBE, Jo Bird and Mollee Vasey

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Cllr Dan Putty and Jenny ChapmanCllr Dan Putty and Jenny Chapman

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Isobel Hughes, Cllr Ernie Jeffs, Barbara Jeffs and Mary DawsonIsobel Hughes, Cllr Ernie Jeffs, Barbara Jeffs and Mary Dawson

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