Limited information is available on this event.
Awards presented to:
Steven Argent, founder of the Street-based Orphfund charity, which has built two orphanages in Africa.
Roz Dommet, who has run the Ashcott Mother and Toddler Group for 37 years.
Children’s World, the Glastonbury-based charity founded by Arabella Churchill to support youngsters.
Mid Somerset Diabetes UK, which raises money for research and support for sufferers.
Glastonbury and Street Lions Club, which supports a wide range of community groups and events.
Sue Wilton, organiser of the Christmas card scheme in Ashcott and Pedwell, which raises money for CLIC Sargent.
Mike Sadler, who has worked voluntarily at Glastonbury Football Club for 50 years.
Anna Butler, the 14-year-old trampoline star.
Wendy Rousell, A teacher who leads the sporting side of Elmhurst Junior School.
Frances Thompson, deputy head of Crispin School, who has forged links with a school in Kenya.
Glastonbury and Street Rotary Club, which meets every week to plan fundraising events for the community.
Schools that took part in Light Up A Life, a series of events raising money for hospices.
Jemma Lawson, a PCSO in Glastonbury. known for her work with youth clubs and clean-up days in the town.
The Martha Care Trust, which provides support and guidance for families with seriously ill children.