Awards for hardworking youngsters at Prospex youth charity
Certificates, cups and shields were handed out to youth charity workers and participates
27 November, 2017 — By Emily Finch
From left: Lauren Hopson, Michael Marta, Louise Fitch, Herodia Adal, Sarak Hearne and Yinka Aded
YOUNGSTERS were rewarded for their hard work on Wednesday at a charity’s annual awards ceremony.
Mayor of Islington Cllr Una O’Halloran handed out engraved cups and shields to the high- achieving kids who attend after-school clubs at Prospex youth charity, based in Holloway. The charity offers a variety of classes, alongside running outreach programmes to tackle anti-social behaviour.
Three youngsters were chosen for the Jack Petchey award, which came with a £250 prize.
Louise Fitch, 12, was given the award for always joining in and working hard to get others involved.
Richard “Beef” Frankland, CEO of Prospex, said: “She tries everything even if she doesn’t enjoy it or it’s not her cup of tea. She’s fair but very cheeky and great to be around.”
Louise spent her award money on taking fellow members of the after-school club to Nando’s and a trip to a trampoline park.