This is the home page for Paula Hammond of Attenborough, Nottingham, England.
My son put all of this together, so blame him for any incorrect information.
On Saturday, March 25, 2017, I passed away. My family is keeping this page up in my memory.
I used to be a magistrate in the county of Nottinghamshire. I was a magistrate from 1974 to 2014 and was chairman of the Nottingham bench. I frequently gave talks about the work of a magistrate to adult groups and schools. I am a member of the Magistrates Association and a member of the Nottingham Magistrates Social Committee.
I attended Long Eaton Grammar School (LEGS) from 1955 and have been actively involved in planning school reunions. since 1983 (7 so far!).
I was the President of Attenborough Lawn Tennis Club and also an honorary life member.
I was a Governor of Nottingham High School for almost 20 years. My husband, two sons, and one grandson all attended Nottingham High School.
I founded the Attenborough Ladies Hockey Club (no link).
I was a Queen's Guide and have been a Brownie Leader (Brown Owl) since 1961.
I was a member of the Attenborough Parochial Church Council (PCC). I was a sidesman and active member of the local church, Attenborough St. Mary the Virgin. I was chairman of the Church Social Committee.
I was a committee member of the Lucy and Vincent Brown Village Hall.
I was a trustee of two charitable trust funds - Carters, Peverill.
I was a founder member of the Cover Point Health Club.
I was awarded an MBE in July 2011.
I am married with three children and seven grand-children.
Last updated: September 10, 2017