Selfless Creswell man who runs Breakfast Club for children recognised with Guardian Rose
A selfless Creswell man who runs a Breakfast Club to ensure all children in the area start the day with a healthy meal has been recognised with a Guardian Rose.
Robert Glassey was presented with the accolade in a surprise ceremony at St Mary Magdelene’s Church, where the Breakfast Club is held, on Tuesday.
He was nominated by Catherine Gilfillian, a Cresewell Parish Councillor, who has been a friend of Robert’s for many years.
She wanted to thank him for his “oustanding” work in the community.
Catherine said: “Robert might be 72, but you wouldn’t know it- he still does so much for... read more
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