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Young Citizen Award

Saturday, August 6, 2016
Joshua Jacobs

A 16-year-old young scout leader has become an inspiring role model for his cubs after having discovered the joys of camping from a young age.

Gaya Aharon has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award

A teenager selflessly supported her best friend, who battles juvenile arthritis on a daily basis, to climb over the O2 to raise money for charity.

Laiba Khan, 15  is an exceptional STEM pupil and wrote a blog that has led her to win a trip to Apple's headquarters in America.

Not only is Laiba Khan on her school’s “gifted and talented” register for maths, she is also on a mission to become an inspiration for other girls.

Izzy Malin

Not many teenagers spend their free time thinking about how to raise money to help people.

Uma Baker-Bahl at Centre Court at The All England Club, Wimbledon, where she will toss the coin ahead of the 2016 Ladies’ Singles Final on July 9.

An 11-year-old girl who helps care after her disabled mum and aunt will soon have a dream come true.

Zoe Barry has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award. Photo: Anthony Michael

Some people find it hard to deal with life’s challenges but one teenager takes overcoming day to day difficulties all in her stride.

Thersan Ganalingham, 14, Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award nominee. Photo: Anthony Michael

Walking from class to class, Thersan Ganalingham, of Perth Road, Gants Hill, noticed a recreational space at the school was not being used.

Praveen Kanapathypillai has been nominated for a Young Citizens Award for writing a book which is soon to be published

Many adults struggle to get a book published, let alone children, but one 12-year-old from Newbury Park has beaten the odds with his

George Jones, 18 is our young citizen, he has overcome lots of health issues to secure good exam results, stay in mainstream education and is now off to university

“I’m not brave or anything. I’ve just always got on with it.”

Ashik Islam and his friend Abhishek Prasad, are driving 10,000 mles from London to Mongolia for charity.

Two old university pals are to set off on a 10,000 mile adventure charity rally driving from London to Mongolia.

Raza Hussain has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award. Photo: Anthony Michael

Not many young people would choose to spend a night in a jail cell, but one teenager did just that – all in the name of charity.

Nabihah Jaigirdar has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award. Photo: Anthony Michael

A pupil who has raised £1,000 for a children’s charity and helps to interview prospective teachers has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Shelley Daldy, right, Step Up head of counselling and co-founder, pictured with her daughter youth mentor Lucy Daldy

A charity which helps child sex abuse victims overcome their trauma may be forced to close after being hit by funding cuts.

Amrit Nandra is holding a sponsored haircut to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy, a disease her brother Inder suffers from

For many young girls, losing their hair would be one of their worst nightmares.

Young citizens Award Redbridge College,
Helena Assan, age19

The dedicated care of nurses who helped a teenager through a terrifying health scare has led her to pursue a dream of following in their footsteps.

Young citizens Award Redbridge College, Lee-James Hickey. Photo: Paul Bennett

Move out of the way Jamie Oliver – there’s a new chef in town promoting healthy eating in the form of this week’s Redbridge/Rotary Club Young Citizen Award nominee.

Valentines School has nominated three pupils for theYoung Citizens Awards.
Nikita Thanki

For some people there is just not enough hours in the day and this is certainly true for one young lady who has been nominated for a Young Citizens Award.

Valentines School has nominated three pupils for theYoung Citizens Awards.
Sophie Marlow

The first monthly Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award winner has been chosen as 15-year-old Sophie Marlow.

Young citizen nominee Paige Harris, six. Picture: Sandra Rowse

A young spelling whiz has been nominated for an award after raising hundreds of pounds for sick children.

Maor Aharon with his sister Gaya, his mother Honey and their dog Pepper

A 10-year-old who dived from a 10m board for charity has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Lucy Daldy former winner for Ilford Recorder's Young Citizen who won for her charity called Step Up

Courageous Lucy Daldy bounces into the room with an energy that belies the terror she once knew as a little girl.

Jasleen, six and Jeevan, nine Bhamber are nominated for the Young Citizen Awards for their fundraising activities including mini marathons, obstacle courses and Spatan event to raise money for Havens House after a child of a family friend became seriously ill

Two siblings who tackle obstacle courses to raise money for a children’s hospice have been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Lucy Daldy former winner for Ilford Recorder's Young Citizen who won for her charity called Step Up

Former Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizens have shared their stories on camera for the re-launch of our awards this week.

Former winner of the Young Citizen Award Bella Field

As the Recorder relaunches the Young Citizen Awards today, former winner Bella Field shares her story – and mum Mel encourages others to nominate youngsters.

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The Recorder is relaunching its Young Citizen Awards today to recognise the inspirational young people in Redbridge and the amazing work they do.

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