Hartley Wintney Parish Council celebrate and honour individuals, groups and businesses who provide a dedicated contribution to the local community. The winners are nominated by the public and awarded during our annual Community awards. Please click on the categories below for more information and a list of past recipients.
Marian Eagles – primarily for her long term and continuing commitment to helping the elderly and infirm in Hartley Wintney but also for her ongoing involvement with the Methodist Church and WI.
Sue Tadman – for going above-and-beyond for twenty-five years to ensure that our children get the best start in life. Sue has done this with compassion and integrity, tirelessly striving for excellence in everything she does. Sue retired this Summer as Executive Headteacher of the Green Oaks Federation after first starting work at Oakwood Infant School in 1997.
The Hedgehog Cabin – for providing a valued resource to help protect one of our most important native mammals. The volunteers rescue, rehabilitate and care for any sick or injured hedgehogs but they also educate the public on their care and welfare.
Andrew Ewbank – for involvement in all manner of community benefitting activities – the football and cricket club, Scouts and St John’s church, to name a few and he goes above and way beyond in every aspect!
Natalie Carey – has volunteered for Girlguiding in the village for many years – first with Brownies, then with Guides. This year she has worked tirelessly to foster a closer relationship with the Scouts to the benefit of all the young people in the organisations. She is an invaluable part of the team, bringing her warmth and enthusiasm every single time.
Neta Allan – previously worked for the NHS for 44 years. Over the years, Neta has been extremely generous with her knowledge and experience to help all her neighbours and friends. They have all benefited enormously from her kindness.
Andy Morris – is a long serving member of the HW Heritage Society Committee and has written / published two books centred on Hartley Wintney during the Victorian Era. In addition to this, Andy has played a significant role in putting together the important draft Conservation Area Review for 2022.
Debbie Humphries – for her work at Oakwood Preschool, having worked there for 20 years next year. She is a consummate professional and incredible with the children. She regularly goes above and beyond in her role to create a fantastic environment for the kids.
John Humphries – our local lollipop man, does his job expertly and always with a smile on his face. He is always reliably there and cheery with everyone that he helps cross the busy roads. It is wonderful to have an ambassador like him seen in our village every day.
Andy Ross – an avid member of the Hartley Wintney Cricket Club and a vital contributor to the success of The Lucy Pygott Centre and the grounds. Andy’s positive approach to overcoming the many obstacles faced during this project and continued drive to collaborate with all parties, has been key in achieving strong partnerships between our local Clubs and Hartley Wintney Parish Council.
Ken and June Shorey – many parishioners will attest to the various projects Ken and June are involved in at St John’s Church and beyond. However, they have both been particularly nominated for the tireless work they do for Hart Foodbank.
Duncan Swan and Suzanne McDermott-Swan – for raising the profile and expanding the membership of the Hartley Wintney Junior Football Club, working tirelessly with the Community to boost participation and membership of youth football and especially, Girls Football. They have been key to the success of The Lucy Pygott Centre, working closely with the Parish Council.
Bumps and Babies – for their support of the young families of the village and beyond. The volunteers are amazingly caring and giving.
Auriol Wines – in recent years, the shop has been a beacon on the High Street, especially when offering deliveries of medicines and groceries, as well as wines and beer during the Covid pandemic.
The Ray Family – Mat has led scouting in Hartley Wintney for approaching 10 years and ‘leads’ from the front. He is also involved with St John’s church and the Parish Council, representing the young people in the village. The whole Ray family are actively involved in so much of the community. Just an awesome family that any community would be proud to have.
Dorothy Harvey- For working tirelessly to help and support others through many groups in the village including Bumps and Babies, Forget me not Cafe, over 55 forum, and the Community Hub.
Derek Smee – For his dedication to maintaining and keeping the Victoria Hall complex a safe space and wonderful asset to the village.
Sarah Sherwood – For her proactive citizenship through consistent and continued efforts that have kept the village looking tidy.
Graham Bartlett – For continued, long standing service to the village through his work with the Hartley Wintney Fire Station and the Hartley Wintney Parish Council Community Bus.
Helping Hands Charity Shop
Crown Home Care
Cuppies ‘n’ Creams
Lesley Parish – For a lifetime of dedicated support and commitment to the Hartley Wintney community.
Connie Cockcroft – actively involved in several organisations for many years
Barbara Smee – Victoria Hall Charity
Paul Leader, Rory Wells, Claire Staniforth and Philly Wood – the Explorer Scout and Network Leaders
Hartley Wintney Junior Football Club – the club and its group of dedicated volunteers
John Carlisle – as ‘Skip’, leading the 4th Bramshill Scouts Wednesday evening troop
Cathy Roberts – a Parish Councillor and then Chairman of Hartley Wintney Parish Council
Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group – for the team who worked on the Plan from 2014 to 2019