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Civic, Heritage & Young Citizens' Awards 2016
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Civic, Heritage & Young Citizens' Awards 2016

Civic, Heritage & Young Citizens' Awards 2016

The Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Peter Budge, presented the City Council’s Civic, Heritage & Young Citizens' Awards at a ceremony held on Monday 20 February.

Civic Awards were presented to Robbie Burns, Dennis & Mary Phillips, Jose & Graham Pound, Marc Steene, John White and Tony Wingham for their outstanding contribution to the City of Chichester and its residents.

A Young Citizens' Award was presented to Jasmine Quartly-Brown.

A Heritage Plaque was presented to Sophie Powell for the restoration and refurbishment of Lion Street House, Lion Street, Chichester.

Blue Plaques were also presented to recognise the former site of the Chichester Central Junior Girls' C of E School, now Providence Place in Chapel Street and the twitten in North Pallant that led to Halsted & Sons Ironfoundry.