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Councillor Davod Harrison

Well Done Julie!

Julie Motherwell presented with a Civic Award by the Chairman of Totton & Eling Town Council, Cllr. Len Harris
Julie Motherwell presented with a Civic Award by the Chairman of Totton & Eling Town Council, Cllr. Len Harris

It was great to see Julie Motherwell presented with a Civic Award by the Chairman of Totton & Eling Town Council, Cllr. Len Harris, last night.

Julie is employed by the local Asda store and supports many community initiatives.

All Councillors agreed that she has an excellent attitude and often went well beyond what might normally be expected, stepping in and supporting events like the Town Carnival when they looked to be in danger of collapsing.

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