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Crossroads celebrates a year of working together with 10 charities and High Sheriff

On the evening of Thursday 8th March 2018 we were delighted to have attended the 23rd Annual Awards event hosted by the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Will Hobhouse.

The High Sheriff chose Volunteering as his theme for the year and wished to celebrate the many contributions volunteers make across the county by hosting this recognition and awards ceremony.

In 2016, 18 applications to participate in the inaugural Building Effectiveness 2017 programme were submitted. The 10 successful participants including Crossroads, were also recognised during this event.

Michael Farrell, CEO of Crossroads Hertfordshire North said “We were thrilled to have been invited and it has been a great opportunity to give and get feedback about the many ways volunteering in the community has a profound and positive impact.”

Video screened at the awards ceremony
To find out more about the Building Effectiveness programme and other training opportunities please visit www.hcftraining.org.uk  

The event was hosted at The Great Barn at Micklefield Hall and was attended by Hertfordshire County Council Hertfordshire Community Foundation, The Lord Lieutenancy and Shrievalty, and previous High Sheriffs among volunteers and nominees.

We would like to congratulate all nominees and award winners for their well earned recognition.