Photography Nick Read
EDP Pride in Norfolk Award
Pennoyer’s "second to none" in the county announced as NRCC Best Community Building 2012 in the EDP Pride in Norfolk Community Awards
The Pennoyer Centre has received the accolade of ‘NRCC Best Community Building’ in the EDP ‘Pride In Norfolk’ Community Awards 2012. Trustees Kath Jones and Sheila King collected the award, along with a plaque and a cheque for £100, at a presentation at County Hall, Norwich on Friday, 30th November. Trustee of Norfolk Rural Community Council, John Carrick, presenting the award, said that the Centre was “second to none in the county”. The award recognises many years of hard work and dedication by a band of volunteers, trustees and staff, who have come together to create our fabulous multi-purpose building in the heart of Pulham St. Mary.
Pride In Norfolk is a long-running award scheme organised by Norfolk County Council, sponsored by the EDP and supported by the Norfolk branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), the Norfolk Federation of Women’s Institutes (WI), the Norfolk Rural Community Council (NRCC) and the Norfolk Association of Local Councils.