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Young Citizen Award

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Ilford vlogger Isaac Harvey has been crowned winner of the Ilford Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen of the Year 2018.

The great and the good of Redbridge were honoured before an audience full of anticipation on Thursday.

Redbridge recognises those who have made a difference to the community at the Mayor’s Community Awards tonight, Thursday, March 22.

A teenager who has been offered a places to study at Yale university and Oxford is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

A youngster who helped lead his sports team to a World Cup final – and was even named the player of the tournament – is this week’s Young Citizen award nominee.

A young girl got into the spirit 
of Christmas this year by donating her own presents to a children’s ward.

When hundreds of families were left homeless after the Grenfell Tower fire, a Redbridge College student came to their aid.

Nominations for the annual Mayor’s Community Awards have opened.

A “humble” teenager who is always thinking of others is this week’s Young Citizen Award nominee.

Valentines High School sixth former Alizeh Moin has got a lot on.

A caring 16-year-old Gants Hill pupil, who spends much of her spare time volunteering to help others, is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

An 11-year-old Barkingside girl has just started secondary school despite having had chemotherapy for the last seven years to tackle an aggressive tumour.

A former Ursuline Academy pupil has made the UK finals of a competition celebrating “trailblazing” young women who are flying the flag for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

A 16-year-old who organised charity events and raised more than £1,700 is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

A hardworking pupil, who has hit 100 per cent attendance despite having to commute two hours from temporary accommodation in west London, is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

A brave nine-year-old, who raised more than £1,000 at a fun day in memory of his mum, is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

Peter Pan, the Dodger and the Tin Man are not characters that would normally appear in a sentence about gender equality – until today that is.

A teenager who achieved outstanding A-level results despite undergoing two major operations – including a kidney transplant is our Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award monthly winner for August.

A young man from Newbury Park is feeling the autumn chill after shaving off his afro for a good cause.

A young trumpeter who has wowed crowds at top concert halls is celebrating after she also struck the right note in her exams.

A 16-year-old boy who took his A-levels two years early is this week’s nominee for the Recorder/Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Whilst most teenagers will find taking their exams stressful, not many will have faced as many hurdles as Shimal Devapura.

A 14-year-old girl who completed an incredible 54 holes in one day to raise money for charity is this week’s Young Citizen Award nominee.

A 12-year-old boy who wrote a moving poem about the Grenfell Tower tragedy is this week’s nominee for the Recorder/Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

A young woman who rushed to the aid of victims of the Grenfell fire tragedy said she knew she “had to do something” to help those affected by the blaze.

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