Simon is married with two children and is the head of Finance and Admin of a local company. He is a busy man but despite this he gives so much of himself and his time to help the local community in many ways. Firstly, he is the coach of Headless Cross under 11 football team, training on Saturday mornings and Monday evenings with games on Sundays. Next he helps run a youth group on Wednesdays. Next he is a non executive director/trustee and treasurer of the Worcester branch of Relate charity. This man is selfless and gives and gives to the community in the areas of sport, young adults and charity work It is difficult to put into words his contribution to peoples lives. They say actions speak louder than words and last Monday was an example of the man I am nominating. At 4 pm he received a bombshell, some devastating personal news about a family member. Simon still ran football training that night for the under 11`s and the kids never knew the turmoil he was in. No matter what difficulties he goes through he would not let anyone down. He is one of those people who goes quietly through life giving his time and energy to help the local community; an unsung hero. Why should he carry the torch? He loves all sport, loves people and the community. The Olympics wants to leave a legacy, Simon has and will continue to leave a legacy on all the people he gives his time too. It would be amazing if something could be given to the man who gives so much to others.