Awards 2018

Lord Lingfield (President) and the Trustees of the League of Mercy have announced that the Badge of the Order of Mercy was conferred in July 2018 upon the following:

Miss Claire Banks, Across, London
Mrs Marie Carden, Dogs for Good, Oxon
Flt Lt Kristen Cottier, Bexleyheath & District Branch RAF Association, Kent
Mrs Frances Ford, Hope House Children’s Hospices
Mrs Rosalyn Harris, The Federation of Jewish Services, Greater Manchester
Mrs Rosemarie Harrison, The Guild of Friends of the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol
Ms Julia Horton, Home-Start Shepway, Kent
Mrs June Howsam, The League of Friends of the Newark Hospital, Nottingham
Mrs Irene Ireland, Deeside Community Hospital League of Friends, Flintshire
Ms Freddy Kater, Cherry Lodge Cancer Care, Herts
Mrs Violet Melber, Masonic Charitable Foundation, London
Mrs Clare Norton, St Richard's Hospice, Worcester
Mr Harry Oseni, Central Young Man’s Christian Association, London
Mrs Elli Pang, Ottery St Mary & District Later Life Forum, Devon
Mrs Carol Partridge, The Mary Stevens Hospice, West Midlands
Mr Thomas Pilkinton, Matlock Hospitals League of Friends, Derbyshire
Mrs Jean Riley, Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice, London
Colonel David Sanders, Hampshire and Sussex Trust, Woolston
Colonel Desmond Smith, Army Reserve Centre, London
Major Ian Stoney TD DL BSc, Various such as SSAFA, Royal British Legion etc
Mr Richard Stroud, The Yorkshire Young Achievers Foundation, North Yorkshire
Rev Peter Taylor, St Catherine's Hospice, Preston
Mr Allan Taylor, Saint Michael’s Hospice, North Yorkshire
Mrs Maureen Tett, Rowans Hospice, Hampshire
Mrs Grace Thompson, Colchester League of Hospital & Community Friends Ltd, Essex
Mrs Francis Veal, The League of Friends of Bridgnorth Hospital, Shropshire
Mrs Pauline Wonnacott, North Devon Hospice, Devon

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