Norwich City legend Jeremy Goss presents awards to Necton villagers for their contribution to the community

The award ceremony was led by local toastmaster Nigel Wilkin in his red coat and black patent shoes.

The award ceremony was led by local toastmaster Nigel Wilkin in his red coat and black patent shoes. Former footballer Jeremy Goss presented the winners with awards. Picture: Necton Parish Council - Credit: Archant

Residents from Necton were recognised last week for their special contributions to the village.

Jeremy Goss presents Babs Hastell with award at Necton's Community Spirit Awards. Picture: Necton Pa

Jeremy Goss presents Babs Hastell with award at Necton's Community Spirit Awards. Picture: Necton Parish Council - Credit: Archant

The three volunteers were nominated by the community and each awarded prizes as part of Necton Parish Council's new initiative called Community Spirit Awards.

Jeremy Goss presents Frank Woodward with award at Necton's Community Spirit Awards. Picture: Necton

Jeremy Goss presents Frank Woodward with award at Necton's Community Spirit Awards. Picture: Necton Parish Council - Credit: Archant

Village toastmaster Nigel Wilkin led the awards ceremony while the former Norwich City footballer, Jeremy Goss, presented the awards, consisting of a certificate and a £40 voucher for a meal at Necton Windmill.

The winners included, Babs Hastell, known for supporting local groups and campaigning on issues such as protecting a local hospital, Frank Woodward who has been on the parish council for 32 years and is known for campaigning for village infrastructure improvement. And finally, well known resident Leonard Luff, recognised for serving as the village caretaker, which he has done for almost 10 years.

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