1st November 2021 | Covid-19

Lieutenancy Certificate of Appreciation presented to HMP Send

Representatives of the HMP Send Chaplaincy have been presented with the Surrey Lieutenancy Certificate of Appreciation, in recognition of the outstanding support and welfare these volunteers extended to serving offenders within the prison throughout the pandemic.

On behalf of the Lord-Lieutenant, Deputy Lieutenant Sally Varah thanked the Reverend Lesley Mason and her multi-faith team for their unstinting dedication and commitment to the women prisoners throughout long months of enforced isolation and lockdown in 2020. The Governor of Send Prison, Amy Frost, attended the presentation and welcomed this well-deserved award. These volunteers also act as resettlement mentors for women, prior to release, on the MAKING CONNECTIONS programme pioneered by the Send Chaplaincy within The Nazareth Way CIO. 

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