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National Trophies

A guide to the trophies an Area or Group could win at the National Annual General Meeting (AGM).
President's Trophy
Cobb Dual-Purpose Jug Mug
Treasurer's Trophy
Recruitment Trophy
New Group Trophy
Charities Trophy
Gold Trail Trophy
Charles Padgham Training Trophy
Development Certificate
Norbury Trophy

Publicity Trophy
Honorary Life Membership
National Chairman's Merit Award
Excellence Award
Linda Street Spirit Of Plus Award
Self Development Course Certificates
Community Services Trophy
Programme Trophy
Miss 18 Plus
Development Trophy
Most Improved Group
Best Event
Miscellaneous
Nomination Forms  
Trophies and Criteria (PDF)
President's Trophy (PDF) (Word)
Recruitment Trophy (PDF) (Word)
Gold Trail Trophy (PDF) (Word)
Excellence Award (PDF) (Word)
Linda Street Spirit of Plus Award (PDF) (Word)
 

  

  Winners

PRESIDENT'S TROPHY
Awarded to the best group within the Federation. It is based on the best all round performance in recruitment of members, 18 Plus spirit, charity and community work and involvement in 18 Plus activities. Each Area Chairman nominates a group within their Area, who they feel meets the above criteria. That group will then be required to put together a scrap book, report and complete a form. The overall winner is decided by the National Chairman and Vice-Presidents. Nominations to be received one month prior to the ANC.

2017 Lincs Quest
2016 Lincs Quest
2015 Lincs Quest
2014 Lincs Quest
2013 Stevenage & Lincs Quest

2012 Lincs Quest

2011 Lincs Quest

2010 Lincs Quest

2009 Southampton Friends
2008 Barking & Dagenham

2007 Kings Lynn
2006 Hillingdon
2005 So'ton Friends
2004 Crawley
2003 Barking & Dagenham
2002 Solihull
2001 Solihull
2000 Solihull
1999 Havering
1998 Billericay
1997 Reading
1996 Havering
1995 High Wycombe 
1994 Redbridge
1993 Darenth Valley
1992 Northampton
1991 Fareham
1990 Wellingborough

1989 Dunstable
1988 Doncaster
1987 Horsforth
1986 Worcester
1985 Sutton Coldfield
1984 Warley
1983 Darenth Valley
1982 Leicester
1981 Luton
1980 Bromsgrove
1979 Liverpool
1978 Walthamstow
1977 Marlow
1976 Wigan
1975 Chelmsford

COBB DUAL-PURPOSE JUG MUG
This trophy is awarded to the best overall Area judged by the National Chairman and Vice-Presidents. Factors such as membership increases, number & quality activities, efficiency of Area Secretariats, and 18 Plus spirit are taken into account. No nominations are required.

2017 North Thames & Chilterns
2016 North Thames & Chilterns
2015 North Thames & Chilterns
2014 North Thames & Chilterns
2013 North Thames & Chilterns

2012 North Thames & Chilterns

2011 North Thames & Chilterns

2010 Midland Area

2009 Midland Area
2008 North Thames & Chilterns

2007 Northern
2006 North Thames & Chilterns
2005 East Anglia Area
2004 Southern Area
2003 North Thames & Chilterns Area
2002 East Anglia Area
2001 Southern & Midland Areas
2000 Southern Area
1999 not awarded
1998 Yorkshire Area
1997 Thames Valley Area
1996 South Essex Area
1995 Chiltern Area
1994 Kent Area
1993 North West Area
1992 Surrey & Sussex Area
1991 Thames Valley Area
1990 Central Area
1989 Mid West Area
1988 Yorkshire Area
1987 Mid West Area

1986 North West Area

TREASURERS TROPHY
The National Finance Officer awards this trophy to the Area Treasurer who maintains the most efficient books and contributes their knowledge and skills to their Area. No nominations are required for this award.

2017 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2016 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2015 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2014 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)

2013 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)

2012 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)

2011 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2010 Corinna Teale (Midland Area)

2009 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2008 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2007 Katie Hawkins (North Thames & Chilterns Area)
2006 London & South East Area
2005 London & South East Area
2004 not awarded
2003
2002 East Anglia Area
2001 Caroline Hayter (Midland Area)
2000 Andy Scarrott (Midland Area)
1999 Jeff Carter (Eight Rivers Area)
1998 Kent Area
1997 Julie Gregory (Yorkshire Area)
1996 Sally Yerby (Anglia Area)
1995 Shelley Chambers (Kent Area)
1994 Carolyn Edwards (Wessex Area)
1993 Carolyn Edwards (Wessex Area)

1992 not awarded

1991 Nigel Wilford (Central Area)

1990 not awarded

1989 not awarded

1988 not awarded

1987 not awarded

1986 not awarded

1985 not awarded

1984 Rita Grimes (Central Area )

1983 Chiltern Region

1982 North West Area

1981 North West Area

1980 Central Area

RECRUITMENT TROPHY

Awarded to the Group which has made the most consistent effort over the previous year to recruit and retain members. The National External Public relations Officer awards this trophy based upon entries received which should be sent to the office. Nominations to be received one month prior to the ANC.

2017 Didcot
2014 Lincs Quest
2013 Lincs Quest

2012 Lincs Quest

2011 Lincs Quest

2010 Lincs Quest

2009

2008 Lincs Quest
2007 North Thames & Chilterns Area
2006 Hillingdon
2005 not awarded
2004 Slough, Windsor & Eton
2003 West Kent
2002 Solihull
2001
2000 not awarded
1999 Havering
1998 Grimsby & Cleethorpes
1997 Acton
1996 Acton
1995 Halesowen
1994 Medway
1993 Darenth Valley
1992 Great Yarmouth
1991 Hillingdon
1990 Norwich

NEW GROUP TROPHY

This is won by the best 18 Plus Group to open during the previous year and recognises the effort put in by its members to increase membership and participate in 18 Plus activities. The trophy is decided by the National Development Officer to whom all entries should be sent. Nominations to be received one month prior to the ANC.

2014 not awarded
2013 not awarded

2012 not awarded

2011 not awarded

2010 not awarded

2009 not awarded
2008 not awarded
2007 not awarded
2006 not awarded
2005 not awarded
2004 So'ton Friends
2003 Banbury
2002 not awarded
2001 not awarded
2000 Barkingside
1999 West Kent
1998 not awarded
1997 Bromsgrove
1996 Cardiff
1995 not awarded
1994 Watford Central
1993 Medway
1992 Waterlooville

1991 Maidenhead

1990 not awarded

1989 Glastonbury

1988 Ironbridge

1987 Fareham, Bridgnorth

1986 Epsom & Ewell

1985 Tamworth

1984 Mottram

1983 Nuneaton & Bedworth

1982 Weymouth

1981 Denton

1980 Rotheram

CHARITIES TROPHY

The National Finance Officer awards this to the Group which raises the highest sum of money for any charity or charities, including the Charles Padgham Wing, between ANC's. This is judged on receipts received at the office up the Monday before the ANC.

 

2017 Lincs Quest
2016 Lincs Quest
2015 Lincs Quest
2014 Lincs Quest

2013 Lincs Quest

2012 Lincs Quest

2011 Slough, Windsor & Eton

2010 Lincs Quest

2009 Lincs Quest
2008 Lincs Quest

2007 Slough, Windsor & Eton
2006 not awarded
2005 Black Country
2004 Solihull
2003 Rothwell
2002 Barkingside
2001 Barkingside
2000 Barkingside
1999 Reading
1998 Redbridge
1997 Redbridge
1996 Redbridge
1995 Redbridge
1994 Redbridge
1993 Havering
1992 High Wycombe
1991 Leeds Central
1990 Wharfedale
1989 Havering
1988 Longbridge & Rubery
1987 Leeds Central
1986 Pudsey
1985 Wilmslow
1984 Bradford
1983 Pudsey
1982 Pudsey
1981 Northwich
1980 Bromsgrove
1979 Bromsgrove
1978 Bromsgrove

GOLD TRAIL TROPHY

Awarded to the Group which has raised money for charity in the most novel way. The Honorary General Secretary decides on this trophy. All entries should be sent to the office to be received one month prior to the ANC.

 

2017 Lincs Quest
2016 Barking & Dagenham
2015
2014 Lincs Quest

2013 Lincs Quest

2012 Lincs Quest

2011 Lincs Quest

2010 Slough, Windsor & Eton (Robert Greenstein)

2009 Slough, Windsor & Eton
2008 Slough, Windsor & Eton

2007 Slough, Windsor & Eton
2006 not awarded
2005 Northwich
2004 not awarded
2003 Northwich
2002 Solihull
2001 Romford
2000 Havering
1999 Reading
1998 Northwich
1997 Havering
1996 Medway
1995 Havering
1994 Wigan
1993 Enfield
1992 Northampton
1991 Longbridge & Rubery & South Essex Area
1990 Ashby de la Zouch
1989 Barking & Dagenham
1988 North West Area
1987 Longbridge & Rubery
1986 Pudsey
1985 Wilmslow
1984 Bradford
1983 Pudsey
1982 Pudsey
1981 North West Area
1980 Liverpool
1979 Bromsgrove
1978 Walthamstow
1977 Walthamstow
1976 Wellingborough
1975 not awarded
1974 North West Kent Region

THE CHARLES PADGHAM TRAINING TROPHY

Presented by the National Training Co-ordinator to the Area which has run the highest quality training programmes over the past year. Areas are required to send any copies of training and evaluations to the National Training Co-ordinator on an on going basis throughout the year.

 

2014 Southern Area (Steve Rolfe)
2013 not awarded

2012 Southern Area (Steve Rolfe)

2011 Anglia & South East Area

2010 Anglia & South East Area
2009 Anglia & South East Area
2008 East Anglia Area

2007 not awarded
2006 East Anglia Area
2005 East Anglia Area
2004 Southern Area (Tina Bunyan)
2003 Midland Area
2002 Southern Area
2001 Midland Area
2000 East Anglia Area
1999 not awarded
1998 South Essex Area
1997 Yorkshire Area
1996 Mid West Area
1995 Chiltern Area
1994 Kent Area
1993 Central Area (Sandra Bradshaw)
1992 Mid West Area

1991 not awarded
1990 Centra Area (Carol Wilford)

1989 Chiltern Area (Debbie Combes)
1988 Mid West Area
1987 Severn Area
1986 Southern Area
1985 East Anglia Area
1984 Wessex Region
1983 Southern Area
1982 South East Area

1981 East Anglia Area

DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE

This is awarded to the Area which has worked hard towards development of groups over the previous year. Presented by the National Development Officer. Areas must adhere to the National Development Policy eg. complete feasibility studies and keep the National Development Officer informed of progress.

 

2012 not awarded

2011 not awarded

2010 not awarded
2009 not awarded
2008 not awarded
2007 not awarded
2006 Northern Area
2005 London & South East Area
2004 not awarded
2003 Midland Area
2002 not awarded
2001 not awarded
2000 Midland Area
1999 not awarded
1998 South Essex Area
1997 Severn Area
1996 Severn Area
1995 Severn Area
1994 Chiltern Area
1993 North West Area

NORBURY TROPHY

Best Magazine Trophy

 

2017 Barnet (Barnet Flyer)

2014 not awarded
2013 not awarded

2012 Lincs Quest

2011 Barnet (Barnet Flyer)

2010 Barnet (Barnet Flyer)

2009 Anglia & South East Area (Angles)
2008 Midland Area (Gazette by James Oliver)

2007 East Anglia Area (East Anglian Angles)
2006 Barnet (Barnet Flyer)
2005 Barnet (Barnet Flyer)
2004 Southern Area (Flying South)
2003 Banbury Bulletin
2002 Southern Area (What's New)
2001 not awarded
2000 North West District (POW)
1999 Havering (Get Active)
1998 Yorkshire Area (Alyve)
1997 Kent Area (Grapevine)
1996 Kent Area (Grapevine)
1995 Havering (Get Active)
1994 Kent Area (Grapevine)
1993 Worthing (Pipeline)
1992 South Essex Area (Sea Views)
1991 Hillingdon (Hillingdon Highlights)
1990 Bury St. Edmunds (Talisman)
1989 Castle Bromwich (Hippo Headlines)
1988 Chiltern Region (Credit)
1987 Chiltern Region (Credit)
1986 Warley (Warley Wink)
1985 North West Area (POW)
1984 Lea Valley Region (Scope)
1983 Castle Bromwich (Hippo Headlines)
1982 Severn / South West Area (JAM)
1981 North West Area (POW)
1980 South East Area (Sealion)
1979 West Midlands Region (Wham)

1978 North West Area (POW)
1977 North West Area (POW)
1976 South East Anglia Region (Seaview)
1975 North West Kent Region (Contact)
1974 South West Area (New Outlook)

1973 South West Area (New Outlook - Christopher Swindells)

1972 North West Kent Region (Contact - Terry Brown)

1971 South West Area (Outlook)

1970 Surrey Region (Viewpoint - Ron Sellers)

1969 Peak District Region (Peak Plus - Roland Bourne)

1968 Surrey Region (Viewpoint - Ron Sellers)

1967 Coventry (News)

PUBLICITY TROPHY (now discontinued) 2012 not awarded
2011 Lincs Quest
2010 Lincs Quest

HONORARY LIFE MEMBERSHIP (now discontinued)

Given to members over 30 who have given stalwart service to 18 Plus at National level for at least four years of which the majority must be made below the age of 30. Nominations are made by the National Executive Council.

2006 Christine George, Susan Swan, Francis Wallington, Gerry Edwads, Mark Hewson
2005 Donna Verrall, Tony Burgess
2004 none awarded
2003 Wayne Fenton
2002 Jo Woodhead
2001 none awarded
2000 Katie Hawkins
1999 none awarded
1998 Sandra Brogan (nee Bradshaw), Carolyn Edwards 
1997 none awarded
1996 Rebecca White
1995 Karen Grey
1994 John Boulton, Charles Padgham (d), Phil Lewin, Maddy Bristow
1993 none awarded
1992 none awarded
1991 Anne Dunkley
1990 Andrew Lunt, John Dodds, Geoff Roberts
1989 Rita Grimes, Martin McCaffrey
1988 Colin Greatorex, Andrew Chadwick
1987 none awarded
1986 Philip Bristow, Joan Eades, Nick de Sarandy

1985  Maureen Bowes, Martyn Pearson, Philip Woolford

1984 none awarded

1983 none awarded

1982 Roger Chester, Dr.Bob Haskins
1981 Nick Richards, Alan Edwards, Gordon Adams

1980 Chris Head, Geoff Hughes, David Spriggs, Geoff Trigwell

1979 John Caddick, John Foy, Alan Cable

1978 Nigel Corby, David Apps, Ron Cameron, Linda Street (d)

1977 Graham Cooper

1976 Tony Dunn (d), Colin Johnson, Robert Knight, John Morton, Geoff White

1975 Paul Walby

1974 Jeff Huddart, Terry McDonnell, Valerie Rawnson

1973 John Aitchson, John Phillips

1972 John K.A.Morton, Tony Young

1971 Tony Harris, Tim Hulme

1970 Mike Souter, Ron Ferguson, Geoff Howard

1969 John Pite, Brian Reed, Ron Gee

1968 David Marks (d)

1967 Jim Shaw

1966 Harold Maughan

1965 none awarded

1964 Derek Robins, Mt K G Osborne-Grant FRHS, Basil K E Lewis

1963 Brian Cluff

1962 Peter Harrison, Gordon Hadley, John Batton (d)

1961 none awarded

1960 Ron Piper, John Teal, Colin Richardson (d)

1959 Derek Burton

NATIONAL CHAIRMAN'S MERIT AWARD

Given in recognition of exceptional service to 18 Plus by any member of any age. The awards are decided by the National Executive Council on the recommendation of the National Chairman.

 

2014 Erica Knight
2013 Adam Redshaw, Liz Buller

2012 none awarded

2011 none awarded

2010 John Smith

2009 none awarded
2008 none awarded
2007 Emma Dunning
2006 Joe Gurney, Adam Redshaw
2005 Andy Cole
2004 none awarded
2003 none awarded
2002 none awarded
2001 Clive Bryant, John Allum, Julia Faulkner
2000 none awarded
1999 Mark Hewson, Keith Israel
1998 none awarded
1997 Nick Taylor
1996 Ray Large, Andy White
1995 Andy Anson, Steve Harris 
1994 Chris Bolt
1993 Nigel Fletcher, Ian Grey

1992 Alan Brooks
1991 Gary Carpenter, Phil Lewin
1990 Chris Mansfield, Terrie Dodds, Terry Dixon
1989 Andrew Lunt, Dave Combes
1988 Rita Grimes, Stephen Winfield, John Dodds
1987 none awarded
1986 Paul Jiggins
1985 none awarded
1984 none awarded
1983 none awarded
1982 Anthony Podmore

1981 Cheryl Hughes, Martyn Pearson, Nigel Woodhead
1980 none awarded
1979 Lesley Boardman

EXCELLENCE AWARD

Awarded to Area Officers who are full members (except Chairmen) whose performance in their duties has been outstanding. Nominations are made by the Area Chairman at least one month prior to the ANC and judged by the Vice-Presidents.

 

2013 none awarded

2012 none awarded

2011 none awarded
2010 none awarded

2009 Richard Leach
2008 none awarded
2007 none awarded
2006 Lisa Ward, Terry Drake
2005 Steve Browning (East Anglia Area)
2004 none awarded
2003 Simon Bunker (East Anglia Area)
2002
2001 none awarded
2000 none awarded
1999
1998
1997
1996 none awarded
1995 Shelley Chambers, Lorraine Stock
1994 John Anderson, Carolyn Edwards
1993 Karen Pickering, Phil Lewin, Joy Carter
1992 Dave Filer
1991 Nigel Wilford, Julia Faulkner, Kim Smith
1990 Liz Arden, Jeanette Douglas (North West Area)
1989 Eileen Fletcher
1988 Terry Dixon
1987 Andrea Sweetman, Nicki Drew, Sally Chuter, Pete Francis, Debbie Coleman, Kathy Mugele
1986 Lesley Morton, Gordon Spires

LINDA STREET SPIRIT OF PLUS AWARD

New for 2001 this award will be given to an individual who in the opinion of the National Chairman and presiding Vice President has shown to give the most spirit at the ANC.

2017 Francis Wallington
2016 Joan Clifford
2015 Erica Knight
2014 Liz Buller
2013 James Oliver, Ian Crawshaw

2012 not awarded

2011 Gary Schwimmer

2010 Corinna Teale, Tina Bunyan

2009 John Smith
2008 Emma Dunning
2007 David Filer
2006 Francis Wallington
2005 Wayne Fenton
2004 Corinna Teale
2003 Iain Parkes
2002 Dot Sallis
2001 Jo Woodhead, Adrian Barnard

MOST IMPROVED GROUP new for 2018
BEST EVENT new for 2018

SELF DEVELOPMENT COURSE CERTIFICATES (now discontinued)

1996 Kate Marsh, Fiona McNulty, Jon Black, Donna Ford
1995 David Orsler, Mark Harley, Paul Abbott, Vicky Mosscrop, Sandra Cawthra, Kevin May, Adrian Barnard, Steven Barnard

COMMUNITY SERVICES TROPHY (now discontinued)

1996 Malvern
1995 not awarded
1994 not awarded
1993 Longbridge & Rubery
1992 Longbridge & Rubery
1991 Longbridge & Rubery
1990 Longbridge & Rubery
1989 Romiley
1988 Longbridge & Rubery
1987 Worcester
1986 Stamford
1985 not awarded
1984 Warley
1983 Rushden
1982 Leicester
1981 Birmingham South
1980 Milton Keynes
1979 not awarded
1978 Neath

PROGRAMME TROPHY (now discontinued)

1996 Redbridge
1995 Redbridge
1994 not awarded
1993 Chelmsford
1992 Southampton
1991 Havering

MISS 18 PLUS (now discontinued) 1992 Miss Mid West Area (Dawn Barnes)
1991 Miss Wessex Area (Sue Pullen)
1990 Miss Wessex Area (Lizann Holloway)
1989 Miss Wessex Area (Michelle Ellis)
1988 Miss Yorkshire Area (Sue Ousby)
1987 Miss Mid West Area
1986 Miss North West Area (Beverley Lynch)
1985 Cathy Adams
1984 Miss Mid West Area
1983 Miss North West Area (Dawn Hill)
1982 Miss Mid West Area
1981 Miss Mid West Area (Sally Baker)
1980 Miss Southern Area
1979 Miss Southern Area
1978 Miss North West Area
1977 Miss Midland Area (Lynne Feeenerty)
1976 Miss East Anglia (Kathy Shotton)
1975 Miss North West (Sue Thomas)
1974 Miss East Anglia (Jacqueline Paine)
1973 Miss North West (Pam French)
DEVELOPMENT TROPHY (now discontinued) 1984 Rothwell
1983 Pudsey
1982 Trent Valley Region
1981 Pudsey
1980 East Kent Development Project
1979 Scunthorpe
1978 Doncaster
1977 Marlow
1976 Maidstone
1975 Sheffield
1974 Sutton Coldfield
MISCELLANEOUS 2005 Plustars Awards - Don Juan, Ian Crawshaw; Femme Fatale, Alison Bray; Time Keeping, Paul West; Pisshead, Pete Mann; Eccentric, Iain Parkes; Futuristic, Black Country WAP Technology; Spirit of WASH, Phil Bettis
1991 Golden Rover Awards - Most money, Sevenoaks; Most publicity, Sevenoakes; Most unusual means of transport, Longbridge & Rubery
1986 Membership Trophies - Band A Wokingham & Bracknell, Band B Haywards Heath, Band C Altrincham, Band D Cheadle, Band E Epson & Ewell
1983 National Chairman's Loudmouth Trophy - John Caddick

1982 National Chairman's Effort Trophy - Bruce Smetham, South West Area
 

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