Community Champion Award 2018 

 
THIS YEARS WINNERS IS:  
 
TOMMY WILSON  
Bretherton Endowed CE Primary School 
Nominated by: Alison Moxham  
 
 
Tommy Wilson is an amazing role model for the teachers and children at Bretherton Endowed CE Primary School in Chorley, Lancashire.  
When reading the entry for Tommy it was clear to see that this gentleman has indeed been a first class Community Champion.  
 
Tommy not only attended the school, he has also been a school Governor, chair of governors, he works in the office, coaches cricket and so much more.  
 
He is loved by all who meet him, and he is innovative in the way he inspires children and staff in the school.  
 
Tommy is 80 years old and still to this day he volunteers every Friday so he can support and be involved with the school life and parents will come in regularly to have a chat with him. 
He is the Schools well-being and safeguarding Governor, and will drop everything to attend school meetings and helps at PTFA events in the evenings.  
 
He coaches the cricket team voluntarily and often takes the teams to tournaments where he still umpires!  
 
Tommy encapsulates the Schools Christian ethos, and it is clear the school would be lost without him.  
His legacy will live on in the schools sporting commitments and his role as chair of governors.  
 
Tommy was chosen for this award as he is a great role model and the childrens lives are ever richer for his involvement.  
 
 
Congratulations Tommy Wilson on winning the Community Education Awards 
"Community Champion Award 2018" 
 
 
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