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The Next Award's Panel Meeting is 3rd November 2015

We will need to receive all applications by Friday 2nd October for them to be considered at this meeting.

High Sheriff Youth Awards Annual Celebration 2013

Over 70 young people representing youth projects from across Surrey celebrated the grants they have received from the High Sheriff Youth Awards (HSYA) scheme at a special county Showcase Evening on March 13. Joined by their supporters and watched by Surrey leaders, representatives of 13 projects explained to invited guests and peers how HSYA funding is helping them to get involved in innovative activities that really do make communities in Surrey safer. In the past year, £53,000 funding from HSYA has been awarded to a total of 50 projects.

The HYSA would like to thank ExxonMobil UK for generously hosting the event at its Leatherhead head office.

(TOP LEFT PHOTO) The TS Ambuscade youth marching band from Merstham.

Anti Cyberbullying Campaign
Students from Thamesmead School at Shepperton who presented the Spelthorne Anti-Cyberbullying Programme, with The High Sheriff of Surrey 2012-2013.

Merstham's TS Ambuscade, 58th Division of the Nautical Training Corps.

Mole Valley Junior Wardens
Mole Valley Junior Wardens from Leatherhead's Trinity School.

Mole Valley Junior Wardens
Mole Valley Junior Wardens – HSYA funding paid for their litter-picking equipment!

Longmeadz Kickn
Longmeadz Kickn girls' hip hop group from Epsom.

Walton Carpentry Co-operative
Young people and staff from Elmbridge's Carpentry Co-operative based at Walton Youth Centre, with the Mayor of Elmbridge.

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