It’s always a pleasure to for the Pet Funeral Services to be involved in local community projects especially when it’s as local as the Brynford (on our doorstep) and involves the school (which our granddaughter, Africa, attends). It was then, a real honour to be involved, and recipent for the award, for the Flintshire’s 2018 Best Kept Communities Award where Brynford Primary School received a gold award.
The aim of the competition is to encourage local communities, villages and towns to work together as groups to improve their environment and to encourage local pride. This is a very worthy and commendable aim and one which we all wholeheartedly support.
The awards ceremony was held at County Hall earlier in September. It was a real priviledge to be asked to receive the award alongside Dave Jones, Chairman of Brynford Community Council.
The above photo show (left to right) Chairman of Flintshire County Council, Paul Cunningham; John Ward, Pet Funeral Services; Dave Jones, Chairman of Brynford Community Council; Les Starling, who judged the entries; and finally, Phil McGrath,Airbus, who sponsored this award.