CfJ and Medwire students well and truely stole the show at last nights annual GK Unions Activities and Volunteering Awards.

Nineteen students from the centre and the Medwire attended the awards, all of whom recieved at least a Bronze KSCV certificate in recognition of their volunteering this year.

Several also recieved a Silver Award for volunteering for 50 hours, a Gold for 100 hours and there were even a few Gold+ Awards for more than 200 hours of volunteering!

Kieran Watkins and Jem Collins also recieved extra honours for completing an additional degree module in volunteering and a five day volunteer management course.

CfJ Students also stole the show in the collection of glassware with Clarissa Place picking up Freshers' Helper of the Year, Personality of the Year and Outstanding Contribution.

Kieran Watkins picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award and Course Rep of the Year and his society, LGBT Medway, was awarded Most Improved.

Molly Pike, Jade Edwards and Clarissa Place were also pleased to pick up Society of the Year for Medway Ameteur Dramatic Society and Jem Collins picked up Campaign of the Year for the Medwire's Sexual Health Campaign.

The Medwire also gave out a selection of awards to it's best performers:

Best Reporter: Michelle Gleaves
Best Editor: Cecily Snowball
Best Newcomer: Sarah Boast
Best Scoop: Kieran Watkins
Best Opinion: George Hopkin

Kieran Watkins, Jem Collins and Victoria Polley were also presented with wine and flowers for their dedication to the Medwire over the past years.

Well done to everyone! It was a great night for all involved :)

Volunteering Students: Kieran Watkins, Jem Collins, Victoria Polley, Sam Thompson, Christine Stokes, Amy Nickalls, Clarissa Plaice, Stine Wannebo, Cecily Snowball, Jackie Gordon, Danny Rust, Sarah Boast, Andrae Akeh, Michelle Gleaves, George Hopkin, Milli Midwood, Molly Pike, Jade Edwards and Katie Palmer 

Success for CfJers at GK Unions Annual Awards