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Breakfast Heroes

Now looking for nominations!

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond for our community and deserves some recognition? Let Breakfast Bev from the Peter Gordon Breakfast Show know a bit about them below and they could be our next Breakfast Hero!

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Previous Winners


📍 Guildford


52 years ago, Pam co-founded Friday Swimmers – an inclusive sheltered swimming club for those with disabilities or injuries and find it difficult to be active and mobile independently. Pam is still an active volunteer at 91, and has made a huge impact on thousands of lives!


📍 Godalming


Sally is a recognisable face at Godalming Baptist Church who helps her friends, family and the church congregation in every way possible. From taking calls at 10PM at night to organising holiday clubs for the elderly and loneley, her friends thought she was the perfect person to be recognised with a Breakfast Hero Award. 


We're not sure how she does so much!

Laura Orme

📍 Farnborough


Laura is the ASD Centre Lead Teacher at Samuel Cody School where she goes above and beyond to teach and look after children with autism. She helps give them strategies to cope with everyday life outside of school so they have the best start possible. As well as her day job and being mum of 2, Laura runs a Cycling club for young children in the Fleet area and after only starting in March 2017, they now have 60 members.

Colin Griffin

📍 Guildford

Colin Griffin is chairman for The Canterbury Centre, a mental health , centreworks alongside Sure Start at Boxgrove Primary School where he is on the board of governors supporting students and teachers alike.

He also works for Christ Church listening to those in need and helps with DIY for the congregation and beyond with Beesom.

Mark Silcock

📍 Send

Mark is a scout leader and school caretaker. Some of his many achievements include fundraising for duchenne muscular dystrophy awareness, and the Surrey charity, Kicks Count which aims to lower the UK's stillbirth and neonatal death rate. As well as being a full-time leader at 1st Send Scouts and Project Manager at Send Church of England Primary School.

Dan Eley

📍 Godalming

Dan Eley was working in Columbia when he was left paralysed after a diving accident on New Year`s day 2010. 

Now wheelchair-bound Dan raises money in the UK for Street children of Columbia and has started the Dan Eley foundation. He says his aim is to "“help young people help themselves so that they can achieve true independence” 

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