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Elmbridge Community Link work rewarded
Members of Elmbridge Community Link have been recognised for their achievements in the past year.
Councillor Barry Fairbank, deputy mayor of Elmbridge, handed out certificates at the group’s annual general meeting in Walton last week.
Eleven people received a first aid awareness certificate, while two other members of the group received awards for their achievements in tennis from Esher Lawn Tennis Club.
Pier Markham, manager of Elmbridge Community Link, said: “Our members work hard all the year to learn new things and we are pleased to be able to show how much they have achieved.
“The annual general meeting enables us and them a chance to show everyone what they can do.”
Elmbridge Community Link was set up in 1994 and offers a range of activities for people with learning disabilities, including learning new skills or improving existing ones in a friendly and supportive environment.
The group has more than 120 members and is currently supported by 70 volunteers.
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