NOMINATE A COMMUNITY SUPERSTAR NOW AND WE’LL HELP THEM TO DO MORE GREAT WORK

Let’s face it, the last year has been truly shocking! We’ve barely left the house and we’re not even sure if summer hols are off the cards! But still, the easing of lockdown is on the horizon, and if there’s one good thing that’s come out of the last 12 months, it’s the sense of coming together and community spirit which has been seen across all four nations of the United Kingdom.

We’ve celebrated the likes of the late Captain Sir Tom Moore for raising millions for the NHS, Joe Wicks for keeping the nation fit and Marcus Rashford for making sure school children are fed, and at Mecca, we want to hear more about your inspiring neighbours.

So, we’re embarking on a nationwide search to find the most caring individuals across the UK who have been doing amazing work out of the spotlight. If someone you know has gone above and beyond to help the people in your community, all with a smile on their face, then tell us about it!  We want to ensure that even after lockdown is over, they have the support and tools they need to continue their amazing community work.

Simply complete the below questionnaire and tell us why their hard work, spirit and positivity deserves to be recognised.

Mecca will be choosing up to eight individuals across the UK who will not only be crowned amongst the most caring members of the nation, but will also all receive a donation from Mecca up to the value of £1,000 to help them keep up their fantastic work post-lockdown. In addition, the winners will also have a post dedicated to them here on the Mecca Bingo blog detailing their incredible kindness.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your nominations in!   It will only take you a few minutes.

Deadline for nominations is 11:59pm Thursday 11th March 2021

Information about nominees must include full name, town/city that they live in, and why they are a champion of community spirit.

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90 thoughts on “NOMINATE A COMMUNITY SUPERSTAR NOW AND WE’LL HELP THEM TO DO MORE GREAT WORK

  1. Emma Williams

    Shani Stephens, Fforestfach, Swansea

    For the food, help, support and tirelessly working to be there for all members of our community, regardless of circumstance or criteria.

  2. Christina

    Emma linnett in Leicester. Emma has worked throughout the whole pandemic and even when times got tough for herself she still continued to push her self through. Emma takes peoples bloods in the community so this means going to their houses,she is always smiling even when she wants to cry.

  3. Verity Read

    Vicki Wheaton
    Domestic Abuse Survivor’s Charity based in Hillingdon, UB8

    She is brave, honest, courageous, does multi jobs, runs a charity, works tirelessly and has a heart of gold.

  4. Wendy mulgrew

    Nick Chalkely costcutter codicote Submit and Harriet Premier codicote for all they have done for my mum

  5. Wendy mulgrew

    Nick Chalkely costcutter codicote Sunny and Harriet Premier codicote for all they have done for my mum appreciate it very much ❤️

  6. Cathy

    I think Jim McLean that runs the golden friendship club in dalmuir as he has gave a lot of support to the community and also did live steams to entertained people Dueing these hard time. He’s also helped a lot of people also just look at his fb page to see all the work he does for the community.

  7. Hampson

    Ferguslie Parks Darkwood crew social isolation bingo bus was great to community of ferguslie park helped reduce social isolation throughout lockdown by playing fee games bingo and wee dance at end of sessions adhering to restrictions and ensuring people had fun and sense of community spirit x

  8. Pam

    I would like to nominate Tom Young from Newcastle Homeless northeast charity, who goes beyond the call of duty, helping the homeless in Newcastle, x one rain, Sun haul snow or rain, he goes out on outreach, supplying foid, warm clothes, giving out Greggs gift cards, charging theivphines, he is a phone call away for many of the homeless. A man in a million! And..his birthday today!!

  9. Donna macRae

    Richard MacRae
    Has worked really hard not only through lockdown collecting surplus food every single day to distribute to people who have been been less fortunate,he has collected food pallets and given them to several food banks and other groups so they to can help people too.
    Before the lockdown Richard has organised job fairs and help people get jobs and apprentiships he really is the heart of our community nothing is too much trouble for him

  10. Helene Davies

    Hannah Marie hill Andover has worked throughout the pandemic at the covid hub juggling family life while reassuring family and friends I lost 4 relatives in the peak of the pandemic she went above and beyond dropping shopping goodies checking that we all had what we needed at 30 years old she has a heart of gold and deserves a treat

  11. Margaret Harkness

    Kat boyle she does so much for everyone in community spirit all does so much for the community in lockdown given out chirstmas and Easter eggs out to the community kat is a very kind and generous lovely person you could ever meet

  12. Craig Shaw

    I would like to nominate Richard MacRae from Stapleford. He runs a community group and organises the collection of food from so many places, I don’t know how he does it. The food then goes to vulnerable people and others to help others. Most worthy of a nomination.

  13. Sandra Lindsay

    Kat Boyle from knights wood has done amazing with everyone easpicially the pensioners every Monday in the Albion helps with food banks did live DJ every Thursday when we clapped the nhs she’s done so much

  14. Marcia Smith

    I nominate Andrew Poynton and his team of volunteers. He has supported hundreds of people through lockdown by setting up a group Wirral Support During Coronavirus. He and his team have ensured anyone requiring help has received it. He’s provided children with Christmas presents, people with home cooked food, children with school uniforms, helped countless people with many different scenarios. He’s an absolute star and deserves any additional support so he can continue to help people and we can show him how appreciated he really is.

  15. Moira milne

    Jim McLaren founder of the Golden Friendship club in Dalmuir he helps so many people…kids /pensioners lunches throughout lockdown has zoom nights so that all members can still enjoy a night in their homes and keep in touch with the club has done so much to the club over lock down revamping it all social distancing of course so that it is brand spanking new for the day that it can reopen again ….well done Jim McLaren and staff you should all have a medal

  16. Sandra Simmons MBE

    Shell Bridges, Building Bridges, Birkenhead.
    Shell looks after people who have slipped through all the nets. She gives food, comfort, kindness and love to all in our community and has transformed her community centre from being an empty shell to being a very welcoming and cheerful community centre. Giving hope and help where none existed.

  17. Sandra Simmons MBE

    Shell Bridges, Building Bridges, Birkenhead.
    Shell looks after people who have slipped through all the nets. She gives food, comfort, kindness and love to all in our community and has transformed her community centre from being an empty shell to being a very welcoming and cheerful community centre. Giving hope and help where none existed.

  18. Jane Rhodes

    Andrew Poynton of Wirral Support During Covid. Went above and beyond to support anyone in need during the pandemic. Was a point of contact to so many people and arranged lots of practical help to so many. Thank you Andy.

  19. Val Upton

    Andrew Poynton for his dedication and extremely hard work in setting up Wirral Support During Corona Virus – Such a big hearted human being.

  20. Lyn Ng

    Andrew Poynton founder of Wirral Support During Coronavirus group. The group has helped individuals, care homes, animals sanctuary, individual facing domestic abuse, homeless people and BAME in the community with food, emotional support, PPE, signposting for help and the list goes on. This helps to bring the Wirral Community together and bring hope to all that need help or support.

  21. Daisy oquigley

    I nominate ANDREW POYNTON
    for his amazing work and community support with Wirral support during coronavirus Facebook page
    During the pandemic Andrew and his team have helped hundreds of people during the pandemic the Facebook page now has hundreds of thousands of followers from the community which allows everyone to help each other from advice to Andrew personally driving around to help people with food,clothing,gifts for children who are struggling. With donations he’s also managed to provide help to people In Hospital who may need items. He’s got bikes for children or care workers who have had there’s stolen. Ges helped struggling families get white goods. Roast dinners to people who are isolating they’ve provided a buddy hub where people who are Ali e and isolating can swap number with someone for a chat.He’s gotten gifts for nhs staff during the first lockdown.he’s gone above and beyond for our community and I’m proud to say I live in the same area as him.
    If anyone deserves it he does!
    He has the purest heart I’ve ever seen!

  22. Marie Nelson

    Andrew Poynton Wirral Supports Coronavirus group . On Wirral there is a group with 10,000 + members .
    This man is the founder of the group.
    Words cannot describe how much of a difference he has made . The admin team also support him to ensure the community recieves support 7 days a week .

  23. Kathryn Farrell

    Andrew Poynton who set up the Wirral Support During Coronavirus group deserves recognition for all the selfless, tireless work he has done for the Wirral community. He has helped so many people and inspired others around him. There is now a thriving network of like minded individuals who help those in our community who really need it – those who are down on their luck, forgotten, feeling helpless and alone. A lovely kind and genuine human being. So proud to know their are people like him out there. Thanks Andrew

  24. Beryl Branscombe

    Gautby road playscheme delivering hot and cold meals activity packs and hampers to the community and other families that needed support during lock down working tirelessly for the community.

  25. Anna

    Andrew Poynton of Wirral support during coronavirus. He has set up something wonderful. It started as a small community group helping people out and has grown to something remarkable which covers all kinds of support and provides emergency help whilst signposting people towards longer term support. He has put his heart and soul into helping people and his well run group continues to support people in all sorts of situations.

  26. Colleen NcNamara

    I nominate Andrew Poynton for his tireless work for Wirral Support During Covid.
    Andrew gives if his time selflessly and also motivates others with his kindness.

  27. Neale

    Building Bridges community hub Bray street Birkenhead supporting the local community and beyond helping people who have been struggling past year and more so helping parents with kids packs making your own pizza and so on ,

  28. Karen beazley

    I would like to nominate ms Michelle bridge of building bridges bray Street wirral, her community centre has gone above and beyond during lockdown for our community, with a social supermarket open to all, so much help in regard to food hampers for people in need, anyone referred there always gets looked after, a great holiday programme last August for family’s and thier bubbles she has fully helped our community in every way possible and I know everyone fully appreciates this

  29. Pat macdonald

    For Andrew Poynton. Wirral support during coronavirus. Wsdc….. For his support group helping and reaching out to wirral community. In need. Nothing is too much trouble..

  30. Building Bridges wirral

    Shell and the team help so many on a daly basis, the support this place brings is amazing. From courses, food, haircuts, shopping and keeping the kids active & supported. Nothing is to much trouble at all.

  31. Angi Hawker

    I would like to nominate Andrew Poynton. We are a volunteer group of 11,000 founded by Andrew. We cook for the community, for elderly, disabled, shielding, young families and basically anyone that needs help. He arranges gas and electricity for people struggling, food, furniture and white goods but funds are extremely low. He is an absolute hero in our community and many hundreds maybe even thousands of people would be in a much darker place without him.

  32. Jem

    I nominate Andrew Poynton. He set up a Facebook page called: wirral support during coronavirus. It’s been a life line for so many people on the wirral.

    On that page I’ve seen shielding mums get food bought and delivered. Lonley nan’s have roast dinners dropped off. I’ve seen our local tradesmen fixing boilers and leeks for the elderly. Fresh pj’s dropped to hospital beds. Mobile phones bought for elderly members so’s they can zoom their familys.
    That page has given the people of the wirral a platform to reach out for help. No matter how little or big the ask it’s always been taken care of.
    Primarily I think Andrew set up the page to help anyone who might need it with essentials during lockdown. It’s still doing that but it’s turned into something really special.
    About a month ago there was a little boy whose 8th birthday wish came true. All he wanted was to ride in a certain car (not good with cars but I assume one that was wayyyyy out of most peoples price range) within an hour of being posted he had his pick from several. As silly as it might seem to some, it made my day to think that he might not get to have a birthday party or see his family but his birthday wish did come true.
    Andrew has done so much for so many people. Our page will continue regardless to him winning. He’s brought us all together in a way that can’t be undone. But winning this might just go some way in showing him how much he does mean to our community and help keep what he does going. Thanks 😊

  33. Paul smithurst

    Michelle Bridge has by herself opened a community centre after selling her car to pay the rent she proceeded to engage with the local community giving food hampers out throughout lock downs I have helped out there to be part of her team is special she treats everyone with the same respect and makes all feel very welcome when visit I myself have grown so much since I met her after struggling with my own isolation for 7years due to depression I now feel I have a purpose as do many others she engages with

  34. Danielle Lea

    Andrew Poynton from the Facebook group ‘Wirral Support During Coronavirus.’ He has helped some of the community’s most vulnerable people during this difficult time.

  35. Denise Plumpton

    I nominate Andrew Poynton, the MASTERMIND behind Wirral Support During Coronavirus, a group that helps people in need on the WIRRAL, wether you need help with food, Setting up a home for a person who is in Dire Straits, or a family in absolute need because the Bread Winner was not able to get Furlough Pay in the 1st Lockdown, getting you to an appointment when you have Health Problems after COVID, or simply need someone who you can talk to, be it online, phone calls or texts there’s always something they can do to help, within the last year since the start of the PANDEMIC the number of people in the Group has risen to over 13,000 people who want to make a difference to the Community, and it’s all thanks to ANDREW POYNTON.

  36. Aha

    Andrew Poynton, founder of WSDC (Wirral Support during Coronavirus). Provides all sorts of help for those in need (food, furniture, advice, transport, clothes for someone stuck in hospital or just about anything). He goes above & beyond to help anyone that reaches out. A hero without a cape

  37. Donna

    Shell bridges @Building bridges wirral,For continued local support, activities for all ,all round positive staff ,always there to listen and also provide food at low cost

  38. Pat Shea-Halson

    I nominate Andrew Poyton from Wirral Covid Support. He has led people into a community that is caring and supportive helping us all take inspirational action to help and support the vulnerable people in our community. His commitment to helping and supporting people within the community of Wirral is life changing for everyone involved. He so deserves this nomination to be recognised for the amazing work he has done and continues to do for the people in Wirral.

  39. Sue elson

    Andrew Poynton from WSDC founder of this group. Andy set this group up during the pandemic helping thoose who how have needed support this man is unbelivable the things he can achieve and our group one word amazing.

  40. Sue Evans

    Andrew Poynton
    Wirral Support During Coronavirus
    Andrew has helped and supported people in the community no matter how large or small their request for assistance. He has created a strong team who support our members unwaveringly with care, dignity and respect. He really has been a shining beacon in these very difficult times for many people and helped to create a strong sense of community involving others to help where they can … what a truly wonderful man to bring help and comfort to so many people.

  41. Elizabeth Hitchell

    Andrew poynton for all the work he has done for the people in Wirral. He has worked tirelessly during this last year . A true super hero

  42. Marie

    Building Bridges is a community hub founded by Michelle Bridge .
    This place is unbelievable its a place of safety , support for everyone .
    It really is unique they deserve to be awarded some money. It would make a huge difference to them .

  43. Cheryl German

    Wirral Support During Coronavirus & Andrew Poynton ..
    This group work tireless throughout the Wirral, helping the shielding , hungry, people who need household items, bikes for physical health , items to aid mental health like a tv for someone living alone without one. Through reaching out in the community WSDC have been able to arrange treats to go to nursing homes & birthday surprises during all the lockdowns.

  44. Debbie Ramsay

    I would like to nominate Andrew Poynton founder member of Wirral Support During Coronavirus. Started during the first lockdown. Andrew and the team help the community of Wirral with anything from food and welfare needs to supporting families who have lost everything during a house fire. At Xmas he organised Xmas presents for everyone in nursing homes as visiting wasn’t allowed. He helped people who were rushed into hospital and needed clothing and toiletries. When first lockdown lifted he supported people who had been sheilding like myself getting them PPE to wear when the took their first tentative steps outside encouraging and supporting those who where nervous. Andrew and the team are angels in disguise

  45. Mary Smith

    Andrew Pointon, WSDC
    Has worked every day starting, running and co ordinating support for anyone needing help in Wirral, no matter what 5he help needed, from food, furniture clothing, transport, 5he community spirit Andrew has inspired is amazing

  46. Kim Bland

    Andrew Poynton and the WSDC have gone above and beyond to support our local community and without doubt deserves to be commend for his amazing efforts and support.

  47. Julie McCann

    Andrew Poynton WSDC has been amazing supporting the community near on this past 12 months. His group have helped so many people for example pyjamas for someone in hospital or a sewing machine for a veteran – Andrew and his group go above and beyond.

  48. Caroline Vidamour

    Brilliant community spirit from this group is great nothing is too much trouble they rally round to help everyone keep up the good work

  49. Jane France

    Andrew Poynton Founder of WSDC.

    Andrew set the group up at the beginning of the 1st lockdown and with lots of support from the community the group have been able to support our vulnerable community with anything thats needed. WSDC really goes above and beyond to help anyone in need.

  50. Quacka Jac

    Andrew Poynton and his admin team – Wirral Support During Coronavirus- either have done the below or encouraged and inspired somebody in the community to do it via the group, under strict Covid protocol.. Organised PPE to health care/homes/pharmacy staff..Sorted help for people’s utility issues if cut off etc..Liaised with transport companies about PPE for drivers. Ensured local housing organisations were aware ref emergency heating/boiler issues…Got people fed inc hot food deliveries/signposted to official organisations for relevant help..Raised funds for emergency assistance in the community e.g. after a house fire..Got necessary items to people in hospital e.g. pyjamas/toiletries..Organised community gifts for lonely/vulnerable/care homes at Christmas…Encouraged acts of kindness from/to the community e.g. gardening for isolating vulnerable people so they could enjoy their outdoor space… Stayed on the case til they knew an Irish lorry driver stranded in Liverpool was sorted… Sourced a computer for someone who desperately needed one to finish their studies to help get employment…. Located a mobile phone for a former homeless person to sort their Universal Credit, got a donation for a larger TV for someone with visual impairment….Loaning of crutches/wheelchairs/buggies….Raised funds to replace a kid’s stolen bike…Organised transport for people’s medical appointments…Liaised/sourced home goods for people starting over, encouraging local businesses to do carpets/trade work at low/nil cost for a deserving person…Co-ordinating donations of school uniforms for return to school..

  51. Shirley calveley

    Andrew poynton wsdc . Fabulous community nerwork which has helped so many already always there no matter what ir who its for

  52. Karen Cochrane

    I have copied a response from above as it says it all about Andrew Poynton and WSDC
    I would like to nominate Andrew Poynton founder member of Wirral Support During Coronavirus. Started during the first lockdown. Andrew and the team help the community of Wirral with anything from food and welfare needs to supporting families who have lost everything during a house fire. At Xmas he organised Xmas presents for everyone in nursing homes as visiting wasn’t allowed. He helped people who were rushed into hospital and needed clothing and toiletries. When first lockdown lifted he supported people who had been sheilding like myself getting them PPE to wear when the took their first tentative steps outside encouraging and supporting those who where nervous. Andrew and the team are angels in disguise

  53. Julie Kennedy

    Andrew Poynton, founder of Wirral Support During Coronavirus has built a community from scratch. Helping anyone and everyone who needs anything from support, food, household items. He’s rallied help for those that are alone in hospital, those that have been attacked, starving families, those with nowhere else to turn. Andrew has been The Wirral’s safety net and just knowing he’s there and will help in a heartbeat is enough for some. Any help financially will go a long way helping more vulnerable people.
    Andrew Poynton really deserves this.

  54. Julie Kennedy

    Andrew Poynton founder of Wirral Support During Coronavirus has built a community from scratch. Helping anyone and everyone who needs anything from support, food, household items. He’s rallied help for those that are alone in hospital, those that have been attacked, starving families, those with nowhere else to turn. Andrew has been The Wirral’s safety net and just knowing he’s there, and will help in a heartbeat, has been enough for some. He and his team carry on supporting afterwards too. Nobody is forgotten. Any financial help would help more vulnerable people. Andrew Poynton really deserves this.

  55. Dollybowers

    Andrew has helped a lot I’ve messaged for help do people he has always gone out his way to help others well deserved

  56. Colleen McNamara

    Andrew Poynton for his tireless work as founder of Wirral Support During Covid. Andrew us an inspiration, he has motivated many individuals to assist with food, essential items, support, transportation just to name a few. Andrew had enabled others to understand and empathise with those who are in need, vulnerable. A true community hero x

  57. Linda Churchill

    I would like to Nominate Andrew Poyton. He has brought so many people together it’s unbelievable. The amount of people the group has supported has been life changing.

  58. Mark Currums

    I would like to nominate Andrew poyten
    WSDC
    Andrew has worked so hard and has reached out to the people of wirral he has brought a community together he has helped so many he is an angel the wirral would be such a dark place now if it wasn’t for Andrew
    Keep up the good work

  59. Liz Frances

    I would like to nominate Andy Poynton from WSDC for spreading happiness far and wide within Wirral , lifting people in need up to a point where they can believe in themselves again and giving them hope in their future, while being supported by their community

  60. Christine Hodgkiss

    Andrew Poynton, WSDC.
    He has worked tirelessly during this pandemic and has helped so many people on the Wirral who have found themselves struggling in many different situations. Andrew has always found solutions to all of their needs and problems. I cannot put into words what a wonderful guy he is and how much he has achieved with his hard work and thoughtfulness.

  61. Sharon pickering

    I would like to nominate andrew poynton and his team wsdc for all the hard work they have done they have helped so many people throughout the pandemic and brought our community together they are like one big family and people know they are not alone and have help advice and support as and when needed keep up the great work and thankyou all

  62. Brian macdonald

    Wow!!! Andrew Poynton. Without a doubt. For his tireless work in helping the. People of Wirral. During the pandemic. WSDC. continues to grow. Over 11,000 members and growing daily.. Nothing is too much trouble to Andy and his angels of volunteers.

  63. Pat macdonald

    I nominate Andrew Poynton who created WSDC in wirral. reaching out to help those in need during the pandemic.. Working accross the Wirral. Tirelessly and without judgement.. Funds are donated generously and are very much appreciated. But we are struggling to raise enough for a van suitable to transport larger items accross the region… Any help would be a fantastic boost. Thank you. X

  64. Yvonne

    Wirral support during coronavirus.
    Andren Poynton & his team.
    Supporting Wirral everyday during the most difficult times.
    They have given people hope, love & strength when needed most & still continue to do so.

  65. Diana Nash

    Andrew Poynton WSDC , he has worked with his team tirelessly all day every day to help others with whatever is needed

  66. Val Bjerkan

    I would like to nominate Andrew Poynton as he has done so much for our community during lockdown from the start.

  67. Margaret Milner

    Andrew Poynton and his group Wirral Support through Coronavirus. Anyone and everyone who has suffered during this period he helps from delivering food, household items, getting to hospital, picking up medicines, donating bicycles to enable people to get to work, even a car to a family. He just puts out a call and the community respond.

  68. Rachel maher

    Andrew poynton from wdsc hes set up.a group to help people affected this is from picking up shopping, cards for care homes, helping a family who lost everything in a fire the list of good deeds is endless

  69. Jenny

    Wirral Support During Coronavirus (Andrew Poynton).
    Amazing group who pull together and help people really in need and also just to spread some cheer. Vital for many people during the last year.

  70. Diana Parr

    Well done Andrew and team you have helped so many people .If Andrew can get help to people he will do his best .We need more people like Andrew to make the world a better place.

  71. S o neill

    Andy poynton and WSDC.
    This group has been amazing Work throughout covid. It has shown what community spirit can achieve when faced with a pandemic.

  72. Elaine Martin

    Andrew Poynton and Wirral Support During Coronavirus deserve to be recognised for everything they have done throughout the pandemic for anyone in need of support on the Wirral, whether that support is physical or emotional. They have done amazing work for the local community.

  73. Marggy Davies

    Andrew and his team helped an elderly gentleman just before Xmas get heaters and hot meals delivered while gas was off with another kind member on Wirral Support during Coronavirus organising not just a repair but a replacement boiler. He reached out to one of my neighbours who he met through her speaking at a bus stop and we rallyed around and suggesting the group. Andrew called us personally to check all was in place. Great result

  74. Donna murphy

    Nominate Andrew Poynton of WSDC
    Amazing what he and the group have helped so many people during this awful time.

  75. Belle Caza

    I would like to nominate Andrew Poynton who is founder member of Wirral Support During Coronivirus, Andrew and his team of volunteers have worked tirelessly during all of the lockdown periods and still continues to do so. Providing support where needed, helping with PPE,food, clothing, furniture and also lots of listening ears just to keep a lot of people going from day to day. Andrew has rallied around the people of Wirral and the support is amazing, but everyone deserves a little bit of recognition from time to time and I’d really like to see Andrew get this now ! Even though he would probably like to continue out of the spotlight! I think this man deserves to be recognised and this support group also

  76. Kerry Lipscombe

    Andrew Poynton, founder member of Wirral Support During Coronavirus on Facebook for his tireless work in helping many people on The Wirral who are in hospital, recovering from illnesses at home, elderly, people who have been financially affected by Covid and many more besides, the list is endless. By setting up this group, he has brought a community together.

  77. Mrs houghton

    Andrew pointon and team wsdc. They have worked right through the pandemic , with alot of support for everyone including the vunerable, there were patients in arrowe park hospital with coronavirus and the team made sure those patients had what they needed whilst getting treated. Andrew recieved urgent messages early hours of a morning asking for his help. The team go above and beyond, and to this day still doing what they do, even though they are also looking after there own families, this group hasnt just helped wirral residents they have helped over liverpool. Heart of the borough this group with amazing community help to keep this group going x

  78. Maureen williams

    I wouldn’t like to nomanate Andrew Poyton, founder of WDSC, this man & his team have done absoultly amazing work during the many lockdowns, they are always go above & beyond , you ask for something anything from food clothes transport household items & this man sorts it out within hrs, they are truly ANGELS, & I couldn’t think of a more deserving group than this ,they have been the life line for many ppl, they are truly amazing , & these ppl will not stop even after lockdown they will still be there I just pray 🙏 they get this so much need award,

  79. Celine

    Andrew started as a little group and it grew and grew and grew. Him and his team have done phenomenal things. Going the extra mile would be the understatement of the decade!!!! So so very honoured and proud to be a member of this amazing group.

  80. Pam Broadhead

    I’d like to nominate Andrew Poynton and Wirral Support during Coronavirus

    The community support has been amazing to say the least. From ensuring our front line care home workers had appropriate PPE when none was available through local authorities (keeping vulnerable patient protected) to arranging Sunday lunches for the frail and elderly nothing is too much.
    The selfless acts are numerous and daily and deserve the nomination and any support that this will give WSDC.

  81. Sue Roberts

    I nominate Andrew Poynton for all he has done for the regular people throughout the Wirral who have found themselves needing a little extra support. He has worked extremely hard to set up Wirral Support During Corona Virus – and done it both compassionately and professionally, I hope it continues for years to come, with him at the helm. He has been a shining light for many during this bleak time.

  82. LW

    Andrew Poynton, Wirral Support During Coronavirus.
    Helping people out in time of need, group now has over 11k members.

  83. Melissa wolf

    Building bridges Wirral. Shell and her team are there for anybody. They are a great team. They go from strength to strength. Polite staff, they so deserve this . TEAM BBW gl xx. From where shell started. Always there for her staff and the community

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