Safer and Supportive Salisbury Chair Honoured with BEM

In a ceremony at County Hall in Trowbridge, on Monday 12 April, Anne Trevett, the Chair of Safer and Supportive Salisbury, was presented with the British Empire Medal by Mrs Sarah Rose Troughton, the Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire. Her award was announced in the 2021 New Year’s Honours list for her longterm service to the local community in Lower Bemerton and especially for her work in supporting the Salisbury community during the pandemic.  

Anne said: “I am pleased and honoured to be recognised in this way. Working with Safer and Supportive Salisbury and Lower Bemerton is very much a team effort, and we are pleased that we have been able to make a positive difference to local people through this difficult past twelve months.”  

Safer and Supportive Salisbury works together towards creating a safe, supportive and inclusive community for all residents and visitors of Salisbury and surrounding areas. They undertake practical pieces of action that will support the group’s aims or support others to do so. Members of the group work to foster a community spirit and make Salisbury and surrounding areas a better place to live and work. They share, network, signpost and communicate good practice and research, promote events and activities. Safer and Supportive Salisbury is totally independent and a non-political membership body. Find out more about what they do on their Facebook page –

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