The British Horse Society honoured the individuals and organisations who have supported the largest equestrian charity’s work at an awards ceremony at Saddlers Hall in the City of London on Friday 2 November.
Christine Worthington from Chorley in Lancashire received a pair of prestigious BHS awards for many years distinguished service to the Society. The two awards – The Award of Merit and the Chairman Emeritus Award – were presented by the Society’s President Martin Clunes.
Christine has been a stalwart of The British Horse Society in the North West for many years. Her dedication to the ongoing development of the BHS has made a significant impact, both regionally and nationally, as she has continued to strengthen the foundations that enable the future growth of the Society.
As Lancashire County and North West Regional Chairman, Christine has always led by example; she has developed and nurtured a super team of volunteers and continually encourages them to develop their own skills and to raise the awareness of the Society’s good work.
It was entirely fitting that Christine should receive this formal recognition for her long service, commitment and dedication to the ongoing growth and development of the Society.