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022 THE INDEX ALTERNATIVE HONOURS


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Tammy Beaumont Kent & England cricket star


Kent Cricket Academy graduate Tammy, 27, has scored more than 3,000 runs for Kent since her debut in 2007 and is captain of her county. She is opening batswoman for England and recently played in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 series, reaching the fi nal. Tammy excels at introducing and bringing on new young players in her sport, recently declaring: “I look forward to working with [player-coach] Lydia Greenway and our excellent age-group coaches to bring through more Kent talent who can hopefully follow in our footsteps and gain international honours.” • Visit kentcricket.co.uk/profi le/tammy-beaumont/


Peter Read Ex-headmaster and now education adviser


A former headmaster of Gravesend Grammar School, Peter has helped thousands of parents and children in West Kent to appeal adverse 11-plus (AKA the Kent Test) examination decisions. He’s now retired from this unique service but still runs his popular 1,000-page website at kentadvice.co.uk, which provides information, advice, news and comment for local families and


professionals. He’s currently working on a Channel 4 documentary to be aired in the New Year and says: “People’s lives can be so badly affected by decisions. Children have only one chance in education. If I can help them, it’s tremendous.”


John Warnett BBC Radio Kent presenter


In November, BBC Radio Kent’s long-serving breakfast presenter John Warnett set his alarm clock for 4.30am for the last time, leaving the popular breakfast show after 23 years to host a new drive-time phone-in. Broadcasting from the BBC Radio Kent station in Tunbridge Wells’ Great Hall at the far more relaxed


broadcasting time of 3pm–6pm, fans can tune in and hear him discussing current affairs and the big issues of the day with callers. • Visit bbc.co.uk/radiokent


Olga Johnson Co-founder of Nourish Community Foodbank


Olga is an expert in recruiting the right people to run charities, standing at the forefront of the fi ght against poverty in West Kent. After setting up ‘grow your own school dinners’ in Sherwood Park School to help schoolchildren eat more healthily, Olga spearheaded the creation of Nourish Community Foodbank in 2011 to help local families in crisis. Nourish has supplied more than 110,000 meals in the form of three-day emergency supplies to over 12,000 clients in Tunbridge Wells, south Tonbridge and outlying villages. “What Nourish gives is so much more than a foodbag, it’s a lifeline … I am especially concerned by the rise in domestic violence – maybe this is my next project!” • Visit nourishcommunityfoodbank.org.uk


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