Tag: lewis watt

Lewis picks up Community Volunteering Award

A kind Blantyre lad has won a fiercely contested volunteer award – despite being only seven years old. Lewis Watt may be small in stature but his big heart saw off competition from veteran volunteers when he recently won Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire’s (VASLan) Outstanding Contribution to Volunteering Award. Presented at VASLan’s highly competitive Third […]

Lewis Picks up Award!

Blantyre’s Lewis Watt is positively beaming tonight, Thursday 12th September 2019 after picking up an award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Volunteering’. The kind hearted youngster, a pupil of Auchinraith Primary is part of Blantyre Community Committee and helps organise the Summer Gala and Festive events in Blantyre. Lewis was a finalist in the Voluntary Action […]

Young Volunteer of the Year

Blantyre Community Committee are celebrating this evening after discovering that their youngest member has been shortlisted by Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire as “Young Volunteer of the Year!” Committee member, Lewis Watt (7), a Blantyre pupil thoroughly deserves the nomination. He’s such a grafter and could be seen at the recent gala weekend and other Committee […]