The Bernard Paul Cup, which is presented annually to mark outstanding contribution to village life in Catcott, was awarded to Bridget and Stuart Frier for 2016.

Bridget, who is churchwarden at St Peter’s, accepted the cup at the annual Presentation Evening organised by the Catcott Village Association. The recipients are unaware of the award before it is announced on the night and Stuart was unable to attend.

Sandra Pearson (left) with Bernard Paul Cup recipient Bridget Frier

Sandra Pearson (left) with Bernard Paul Cup recipient Bridget FrierAnnouncing the couple as this year’s recipients, Sandra Pearson described the Friers as a “priceless asset” to Catcott who were involved in many aspects of village life and had worked tirelessly to raise more than a hundred thousand pounds to enable essential repairs to be carried out at the church.

CVA chairman Matt Tyler said the Bernard Paul Cup was presented “to mark service to the village” and recognised “hard work and commitment  that make the village such a great place to live.”

Bridget and Stuart: “Priceless assets”

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