External recognition of the contribution of our volunteers

Darllen yn y Gymraeg

During National Volunteers Week 2022 we’ve been celebrating the fantastic work and contributions of the many volunteers who work with us at Citizens Advice Gwynedd, and the positive impacts they’ve made in the local community.

As part of these celebrations we nominated our volunteers for a National Appreciation Certificate, and we are delighted to share their success in receiving these awards.

Godfrey Northam has been recognised for his outstanding dedication and loyalty in over 26 years of service, which has continued throughout the Covid pandemic. Godfrey has been a valued volunteer adviser, and has also represented all volunteers on our Trustee Board.

Godfrey Northam and Kev Bach (Capital Cymru)

Dafydd Lewis was also able to accept a group award on behalf of all our volunteers who have continued to work tirelessly throughout the pandemic. Through the difficult and challenging turmoil of the last two years, the dedication and desire of all of our volunteers to make a difference to the many people who sought advice has been invaluable.

Dafydd Lewis receiving the group award from Kev Bach (Capital Cymru) on behalf of all volunteers at Cyngor ar Bopeth Gwynedd Citizens Advice

Our volunteers continue to make an immeasurable difference to the lives of people who come to Citizens Advice for help – thank you to each and every one of you!

Volunteers Dafydd Lewis and Godfrey Northam, with Peter Evans(centre), Chair of the Trustee Board of Cyngor ar Bopeth Gwynedd Citizens Advice.

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