Sue could have been entered into all categories above. Over the years she's made a huge difference to the lives of many young people in the area, to name just a few...she dedicated her Sundays to coaching the local junior rugby team for 13 years, she ran the local Music & Drama Festival, she's worked with various organisations to help with arts projects & workshops, she once organised the youth club to paint beautiful murals on boarded up shops, she spent a couple of days over Christmas to work at a homeless shelter, she has been on countless weekends away for the Youth Club and D of E Awards scheme. All of this on top of a full time job as a teacher until July last year. She now works as a part time teacher and consultant, working with dyspraxic children on a remedial programme that she developed. Her life has been dedicated to helping young people and she'd be so humbled to be chosen.