Hall of Fame.

We’ve partnered up with our friends at Semble, to reward unsung heroes and shout about some of the super work they’re doing. Here you'll find some of the awesome nominees!

The Good Folk at Semble.

Just like us Semble, love Good Deeds and bring businesses and community projects together to make the world a better place.

Small contributions to our communities can make a big difference. Each month, we'll be making monthly donations to local community heroes.

Sam Lakey

Meet Sam Lakey, aged just 15 years old, when the pandemic first hit he jumped into helping out people in his local community.

He has helped to distribute over 55 tons of food across Cornwall to food banks for people who are suffering from food poverty.

Here's to you Sam!

Harbury e-Wheels

Harbury e-Wheels provides transport to those in need using 2 electric cars, working within a 15 mile radius of Harbury.

Their aim is to reduce rural isolation and enable local agencies to deliver their services effectively. Many of their journeys take elderly or infirm passengers to hospital, surgery or dental appointments, but they also help transport young families and people referred by Citizens Advice.

In 2019, they volunteered for 1,600 hours, driving over 17,000 miles! Thank you Harbury e-Wheels!

Rufford Road Alley Cats

Starting just as a group of neighbours who decided during lockdown the best way to use their time was to take back their alley; now an activity the whole community is involved in!

Fed up with all the rubbish being dumped in their alley way, after asking for volunteers to help and local ward councillors, the 'Alley Cats' got the rubbish cleared, weeded and scrubbed the old cobbles and began planting flowers, fruit and vegetables for the community to enjoy.

Their latest idea is to theme every wall with 'The Beatles' songs and have been nominated for a local community show 'Bootle in Bloom'.

Well done!

Julie Ann Hughes

Along with her team, Julie Ann created the group #caruamlwch over 4 years ago!

After going around the table and asking what they wanted to see in the community, Julie Ann said she wanted an allotment.

From there, Julie Ann and others in the group managed to create 35 allotments in just over a year! These allotments all serve a vital role in their communities!

Well done!