Alzheimer's Society volunteer receives award at Buckingham Palace
Wednesday 02 November 2011
Angela Clayton-Turner, a very active Alzheimer's Society volunteer, was awarded a William Brooks award on 2 November during ceremonies at the Royal Society and Buckingham Palace.
The William Brooks award is bestowed upon ten people each year for their "outstanding contribution to Alzheimer's Society and dedicated volunteering for people with dementia and their carers."
Amongst her many volunteer activities, Ms Clayton-Turner sits on the Society's nominations committee and is also part of the Alzheimer Europe working group on the ethics of dementia research.