TVConwy were very pleased to hear that the “High Sherriff of Clwyd ” award was recently awarded to Mr. David Peacock a hard working and committed volunteer who has been involved in various projects throughout the Conwy county area for many years .
On receiving the news , Mr Peacock said ” I’m very grateful to announce I have received the ‘High Sheriff of Clwyd’ award on the 20th March 2020 based on “his passion for volunteering and commitment to the Arts”
Thank you to everyone who made this possible, especially to the High Sheriff herself Mrs S L Catherall, Dr. Sibani Roy & CVSC.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed volunteering for NWAMI for the past three years at the centre for cultural engagement (community centre) based on Greenfield Road in Colwyn Bay. Unfortunately recently it wasn’t able to secure local grant funding to cover the rental costs so the centre had to close its doors at the end of March. I sincerely hope they regain financial support and can re-establish a community centre to enable NWAMI to continue valuable community-based work within the Glyn Ward of Colwyn Bay.”
Mr Peacock volunteers for and is a member of:
Networking for World Awareness of Multicultural Integration – NWAMI – Glyn Ward, Colwyn Bay
Disability Arts Cymru,
Engedi Arts, Colwyn Bay
All queries regarding the good work NWAMI does should be directed to Dr. Sibani Roy herself at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the images below show Dr. Sibani, when the CCE was open to support the community ( Credit for all images – David Peacock )