Former Kent chair Christine Drury honoured with CPRE Lifetime Achievement Award at national conference

Christine Drury, left, receives her award from Su Sayer

Christine Drury, who CPRE Kent members will know through her time as branch chairman, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s national conference in Birmingham.
Christine stood down from her five-year Kent role at last year’s AGM, held at Lenham in November, while her time on the national trustee board came to an end this year. She is now a CPRE national vice-president.
The Lifetime Achievement Award “recognises some truly exceptional individuals who have helped CPRE in extraordinary ways over long periods of time and made an indelible mark on their colleagues and friends who have nominated them”.
Christine was one of three people handed the award by national chair Su Sayer, the others being Leslie Ashworth from CPRE Northumberland and Ben Nash from CPRE Herefordshire.
Warm congratulations to all from CPRE Kent!

  • To read more about Christine’s achievements, please click here

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

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