Queen’s Honours awarded at her birthday celebration

It was a fine morning for a parade in George Town last Saturday, as locals and tourists made their way to George Town to celebrate the Queen’s birthday.  

The ceremony that followed bestowed Certificates and Badges of Honour and Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards upon deserving recipients. “It is so important to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of the young people who have achieved these gold awards, and to notice all the children involved in the parade this morning. At a time when there are so many reports of our youth falling into trouble, it is gratifying to see their participation,” said Katherine Jackson, National Chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh Award. 

Detective Inspector Adeniyi Collins Oremule, not pictured, was awarded the Colonial Police Medal. 

Badge of Honour - Anita Wheaton

Anita Wheaton receives her Cayman Islands Certificate and Badge of Honour.

Badge of Honour - Ella Kaye Lockwood

Ella Kaye Lockwood receives her Cayman Islands Certificate and Badge of Honour.

Duke of Edinburgh - Adeline Sully

Adeline Sully receives her Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

Duke of Edinburgh - Christopher Clarke

Christopher Clarke receives his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

Duke of Edinburgh - David Mitchell

David Mitchell receives his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award. – Photos: Vicki Wheaton

Duke of Edinburgh - Jossannah Smith

Jossannah Smith receives her Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

Duke of Edinburgh - Paul Palmer

Paul Palmer receives his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

Duke of Edinburgh - Ryan Whittaker

Ryan Whittaker receives his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.
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