Hildreds Manager Recognized in His Community


Here’s a bit of good news: Steve Andrews, deputy centre manager at Hildreds Shopping Centre, has been recognized for all the hard work he’s put into this local community.

Andrews is the man behind the fantastic Christmas displays that Hildreds puts on each year. We covered them once before here. Now he’s been granted Skegness’ ultimate accolade for his continual hard work and dedication to his home town.

He was conferred as an “Honoured Citizen” of Skegness by the town council in October. It’s the highest honor the council bestows, and Andrews is only the 12th person to be so recognized.

Andrews was chosen because of his involvement with local non-profits, including The Lions and The Butterfly Hospice; the joy he brings to visitors to The Hildreds with his handmade displays; and his help with the creation and restoration of a model lifeboat for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute. The lifeboat has raised in excess of £500,000 for the institute since it was built in 1992.

Congratulations, Steve. It sounds like a very well-deserved accolade.


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