The Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Peter Evans, presented the City Council’s Civic, Heritage & Young Citizens' Awards at a ceremony held on Thursday 8 March 2018 and, for the first time a Community Award was also presented.
Civic Awards were presented to Edward Cooke, Stuart Dobbin, Kenneth Green, Ann Willard and Alan Williams for their outstanding contribution to the City of Chichester and its residents.
A Young Citizens' Award was presented to Phoebe Ockenden.
The new Community Award was presented to the City Angels.
Heritage Plaques were presented for the restoration of The Old Priests House in Whyke Road and The Malt House in North Pallant. The Sadlers Warehouse development in Little London also received a Heritage Plaque.
A Blue Plaque was presented to recognise the former almshouses in The Hornet, which were endowed under the Will of Martha Dear (1730-1807) a generous benefactor to the City.
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