This is an award given in conjunction with Twelve 25 Salisbury Youth Enterprise Centre.

It honors outstanding young people in the community. And helps to improve the health and well-being of young people, improve their school attendance and employ-ability levels and also increase young people’s awareness of environmental.

Twelve 25 is responsible for delivering youth services to the community.

They run a large range of training and educational programs aimed at young between aged 12-25 who live, work, study or volunteer within the city of Salisbury.

Twelve 25 also provides a meeting hall, training rooms, computer suite, kitchen, consulting room and office space for Salisbury’s youth.

(As well as hosting Salisbury’s community radio station.)

Gillian believes in rewarding young people for their efforts in the local community. And she supports The Duke of Edinburgh award because it helps to build young people’s confidence and gives them a chance for real success.

Everyone has a purpose, they just don’t know it yet. And what future leaders need most is someone who believes and supports them.