Thanks for community award
WE would like to take the opportunity to thank everybody who nominated our daughter Natalie Branson for the Huntingdon Mayor s Community Shield, especially the residents of Stukeley Meadows who see Natalie every day, rain, snow, sun, on her walk to Marie
WE would like to take the opportunity to thank everybody who nominated our daughter Natalie Branson for the Huntingdon Mayor's Community Shield, especially the residents of Stukeley Meadows who see Natalie every day, rain, snow, sun, on her walk to Marie Curie Cancer Care shop in Chequers Court.
A special thanks also to Jennifer Sarabia for presenting this wonderful award to Natalie and also to Julie and staff at the shop who have had the confidence in Natalie to train her on the till and also supported her through her NVQs.
What wasn't mentioned in the article is that these are all great achievements, for Natalie as she has a rare genetic disorder which means she is very small in stature, looks very young for her age (she is in fact nearly 25) and has moderate learning difficulties. She has also given up her time for other volunteering activities as well. She is now looking forward to achieving her goal, which is paid employment (a proper job as she calls it).
We are extremely proud of her achievements and wish her all the best.
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