Dennis Stinchcombe MBE recognised as a Burgess & Freeman of the City & County of Bristol

Young Bristol would like to congratulate Dennis Stinchcombe MBE on his recognition as a Burgess & Freeman of the City & County of Bristol.

Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project Leader, Dennis Stinchcombe, was made a Freeman by The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Steve Smith on Thursday 30th September. Dennis served a seven year apprenticeship, under Alderman Royston Griffey, to attain this honour.

Dennis has played a pivotal role at Broad Plain & Riverside Youth Project for over 45 years, in Bristol – bringing together thousands of young people through sport, and helping them to realise their full potential. Congratulations Dennis on this well-deserved honour!

BBC Points West attended the event speaking with former Young Bristol Chief Executive, Lord Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Steve Smith, Dennis Stinchcombe MBE and Edna Stinchcombe MBE.

You can watch the BBC Points West interview here.

[You can watch the Points West report via the link from 14:40]

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