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Royal Visit July 2015

We celebrate with pride the individual achievements of our swimmers and volunteers

Achievment Award Winners

Lauren Sullivan

Jean-Luc Michand

Ann Enoch

Patrick Boon

Pauline Carter

Hannah Deacon

Rachel Fleming

Kamarn Rasheed

Brian Matthews

Christopher Key

Lisa Scrutton


Determination Medals

Tim Bowers & David Holdaway (Supporting Patrick Boon)

Mark Colley

Michael McDonnell

Margot Swift-Hook

Dave Wilson

Emma Chambers

Terry Christie

Kelly Tait

Caroline Lord

John Leon


Special Thank you Trophy

251 Signal Squadron


Special Award

Corporal Paul Colling



Photos of the Event Video of the Event

Surrey Dolphins Swimobility

2015 Awards Ceremony
H G Wells Events Centre, Woking Friday 20th November 2015


Over 240 guests, including The Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, Michael More-Molyneux; the Mayor and Mayoress of Woking; Mayors & Consorts of Elmbridge and Runnymede; Jonathon Lord MP; Major Darke, the commanding officer of 251 Signal Squadron, Michael Aspel and Bobby Davro attended the prestigious Surrey Dolphins Swimobility Awards lunch at the H G Wells Conference and Events Centre , Woking on Friday 20th November 2015.


The event, organised and wonderfully managed by Theresa Fuoco BEM was devised to recognise the achievements of individual swimmers, how they overcame specific difficulties and met personal goals and in addition to thank the hard-working carers, volunteers, drivers, and soldiers (251 Signal Squadron), without whom the charity could not function.


The afternoon began with an opening address by Surrey Dolphins committee member Professor Moreton Moore, followed by the appearance of Michael Aspel and his famous “Red Book” to give a “This is your Life” history of Surrey Dolphins, which began in 2002 with Theresa Fuoco, a single volunteer, one wheelchair and 10 disabled swimmers.


A delicious 3 course lunch followed, during which Bobby Davro kept everyone highly entertained by jokes and impersonations.

Awards

Distinguished guests presented awards to our swimmers  to recognise their individual achievements and to thank the valuable contribution of the volunteers.

An award a was presented to Major Darke, commanding officer,  to thank the great efforts of members of 251 Squadron.

Corporal Paul Colling, who introduced 251 Squadron to the Surrey Dolphins charity and requested army volunteers to attend swimming sessions was presented with a special award for his devotion and continuous commitment.

Below is the full list of deserved award winners.

All the photos from the event are in the gallery and can be seen by clicking on the button below.