Awards given to police cadets

Award winners pictured are, back row, from left, Cadet Jordan Waite (most improved cadet), Section Leader Cadet Robb Allen (cadets' cadet of the year), Cadet Holly Morgan (cadet of the year, received by her father Ceri as Holly is now undertaking policing studies at university), Cadet Thomas Willets (best new cadet), Cadet Ben Jessop (community achievement award), Cadet Jared Firth (best presented cadet); front, from left, merit badge winners, Kasey Hamilton-Davis, Jamie Smith, PC Martyn Chambers, Megan Knight and Megan Gray. 37Q80jfR5BwSFm6Udi7V
Award winners pictured are, back row, from left, Cadet Jordan Waite (most improved cadet), Section Leader Cadet Robb Allen (cadets' cadet of the year), Cadet Holly Morgan (cadet of the year, received by her father Ceri as Holly is now undertaking policing studies at university), Cadet Thomas Willets (best new cadet), Cadet Ben Jessop (community achievement award), Cadet Jared Firth (best presented cadet); front, from left, merit badge winners, Kasey Hamilton-Davis, Jamie Smith, PC Martyn Chambers, Megan Knight and Megan Gray. 37Q80jfR5BwSFm6Udi7V

Police cadets have been awarded for their efforts at a ceremony at Boston Borough Council’s Municipal Buildings.

PC Martyn Chambers (pictured centre), who has a long-standing association with the Boston Volunteer Police Cadets, was awarded a cadets merit badge

The event was attended by Boston Mayor, Coun Alison Austin, Chief Supt Paula Woods, Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick and the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Tony Worth.

Award winners, pictured above were, from left: Jordan Waite (most improved cadet), Section Leader Robb Allen (cadets’ cadet of the year), Holly Morgan (cadet of the year, received by her father Ceri as Holly is now undertaking policing studies at university), Thomas Willets (best new cadet), Ben Jessop (community achievement award), Jared Firth (best presented cadet); front, from left, merit badge winners, Kasey Hamilton-Davis, Jamie Smith, Megan Knight and Megan Gray.

There was also a cheque for £600 donated to John Fielding Special Community School.