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Gillian’s volunteering work recognised by the Government




Gillian McIlhagga, from Bourne, receives an award for volunteering from Sue Owen, permanent secretary at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. EMN-151218-143422001
Gillian McIlhagga, from Bourne, receives an award for volunteering from Sue Owen, permanent secretary at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. EMN-151218-143422001

Bourne woman Gillian McIlhagga has received national recognition for her remarkable volunteering efforts on behalf of the largest civilian occupational charity in the UK – The Charity for Civil Servants.

The awards were presented by Sue Owen, Permanent Secretary at The Department for Culture, Media and Sport and Chair of the Charity, and were held at one of London’s prestigious livery halls: The Grocers’ Hall in the City of London.

Gillian, from the Department for Work and Pensions, was presented with a Certificate of Achievement Award for her exceptional commitment to the charity over the past four years. She is a skilled help and advisory volunteer for the charity.



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