Community Programme Co-ordinator Kendall Prosser has been nominated for a well-deserved award, recognising his work with people at both ends of the age spectrum.

As well as working for Stoke North Live at Home Scheme, Kendall has been volunteering with the Boys’ Brigade for 56 years and as a school governor.
He joined Stoke North Live at Home as a volunteer 20 years ago before being offered a job as Assistant Manager and then becoming Community Programme Co-ordinator. He now runs exercise sessions, indoor bowling and local history and reminiscence groups for local older people to promote social interaction and inclusion.
Kendall is in the running for a Good Neighbour award from the Stoke Sentinel newspaper and has already been recognised by royalty with an invitation to Buckingham Palace last year as part of the Boys’ Brigade anniversary celebrations. The awards will be presented in September.
Live at Home Manager Liz Daley said: “Kendall has shown dedicated concern and loyalty to the local area for 56 years and continues to help in many ways and across many age groups.
"He is very good at getting members to become involved and join in with activities and is keen to improve health and wellbeing for all. He is very well liked by members, volunteers and staff and is a great member of our team.”

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