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A Celebration of the High Sheriff's Award for Councillor Diane Bratt

Posted 1 week ago (19/06) by Theresa Goss

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Colleagues, family and friends gathered together on 18 June 2022, for a presentation of The High Sheriff’s Award, to Councillor Diane Bratt, Chairman of the Adderbury Parish Council, for her services to the community.

The original Ceremony in March 2020, was cancelled due to Covid, so the Parish Council decided to belatedly celebrate her achievement in style and Victoria Prentis M.P. spoke of Councillor Bratt's 37 years of commitment to the village of Adderbury.
 
During this time, she instigated the purchase of Adderbury Lakes and fundraising for the ongoing maintenance of this Local Nature Reserve, the delivery of the Adderbury Neighbourhood Plan, the refurbishment of Adderbury Friends Meeting House, (one of the earliest in the country dating from 1675 and still used) and securing a piece of land to become an Outdoor Learning Facility for the local primary school.
 
Councillor Bratt is currently leading the project for the building of a new Sports and Community Centre, having already secured a large amount of money, she is now guiding the rest of the Council with the ongoing fundraising campaign.

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