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On Wednesday 20th October we held our Annual General Meeting in a new venue, the Sutton Life Centre.

We were joined by our board of trustees who updated the guests about our achievements as an organisation despite the pandemic.

We were also joined by Jigsaw4u staff, volunteers, young people, local businesses and supporters.

The Mayor of Merton, Michael Brunt, said a few words at the start of the meeting commending the work of Jigsaw4u within the community, and especially the continued support we have provided to young people during the pandemic. He also handed out some very special awards to some amazing people!


Star Young Person Award


Star Volunteer Award


Star Young Person Award


Star Business Award – Watson & Sole

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