Award for Nancie Shackleton BEM

Washingborough Hall was the venue for a lunchtime presentation to Lincolnshire Police civilian chief officer Nancie Shackleton.

Nancie was recently awarded the British Empire Medal for her services to policing and her charitable work. The occasion was a chance for her to receive her medal with police colleagues who nominated her.

Former Chief Constable Neil Rhodes and former Deputy Chief Constable Heather Roach re-presented her British Empire Medal with the help of Harvey Phillips, a young man who two years ago benefitted from Nancie’s fundraising activities when she raised £13,000 to buy him new prosthetic blades.



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