Talented young people receive cash grants

Awards presented by the Mayor and Mayoress of the Borough of Harrogate Cllr Robert Windass and Mrs Sylvia Windass in the Council Chamber
Awards presented by the Mayor and Mayoress of the Borough of Harrogate Cllr Robert Windass and Mrs Sylvia Windass in the Council Chamber

Harrogate district’s talented youngsters in both the sporting and art world have received grants from Harrogate Borough Council.

The council set up the ‘Centenary Grants’ funding stream in 1984 to celebrate its centenary and since then nearly 600 talented young people have benefited



In total, 31 grants were awarded this year for outstanding achievement and progression in their chosen discipline.

Arts Awards

Tara Hill, 16 – Clarinet

Mollie King, 15 – Classical Ballet

Samantha Lester-Brockett, 13 – Tenor Saxophone



James Nassiri, 14 – Music

Jonathan Vaux, 15 – Saxophone

Leah Waddington, 11 – Music

 

Sports Awards

Zachary Berrill, 14 – Rugby, Cricket, Athletics and Football

James Brown, 17 – Shotokan Karate

Lydia Clissitt, 17 – Hockey

Lara Coyle, 10 – Gymnastics

Benjamin Daniel, 11 – Archery

Jacob Fincham-Dukes, 16 – Athletics

Adam Goundry, 17 – Diving

Fraser William Grice 17 – Shotokan Karate

Thomas Henley 16 – Tae Kwon Do

Matthew Keogh 13 – Football

Thomas Ketley 13 – Archery

William Lake 15 – Swimming

Charlie Lonsbrough 17 – Swimming

Callam McAlister-Payne 17 -Karate

Hannah Merrick 14 – Gymnastics

Daniel Nimick 12 – Football

Cameron O’Donnell 14 – Cricket

Edwyn Oliver-Evans, 17 – Cycling

Josie Parry, 15 – Athletics, Hurdles

Carrin Peters, 16 – Cheerleading

Nathan Pickard, 15 – Diving

Ellie Rymer, 17 – Climbing

Hayden Steele, 17 – Karate

Katie Thompson, 16 – Cricket

Olivia Turner, 17 -Diving

 

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