Thomas is only 18 years of age, but does so much for the community. He is a first responder of LIVES, which means going out to Category A calls most weekends to save the lives of many, in difficult situations. He runs a medical team, which is part of Scouting, helps teach others first aid and trains with Air Ambulance in London when he can. All of this is done voluntary and in his own time but he wouldn't have it and other way! He is a student but also works at Bourne outdoor pool (this is a charity pool that relies entirely on public funding) and for rutland rescue, which involves providing safety cover for all the watersports users of the large reservoir, and going out in all weathers to rescue those in need or that require emergency medical treatment.
His aim after college and university is to become a qualified Emergency Medical Practitioner and work with the Air Ambulance, so he can continue his work saving lives. He never thinks about himself and always puts others first, he never asks or expects praise and recognition for the work he does. He will help out anyone who asks and he always does it with a caring approach and a friendly smile. He is a great asset to our community and I feel he deserves recognition for all the work he does!
A truly amazing person who's admired by many!