Local Residents Recognised for Extraordinary Contributions

Campbelltown MP Greg Warren today presented Eagle Vale resident Lyn Bullman

and Bradbury resident Andrew McGlinchy with NSW Government Community

Service Awards.

The awards – only two of which are handed out every year – are awarded to

residents who have made incredible contributions within the Campbelltown

community.

Mrs Bullman has been a long-time and fierce advocate for the community of

Claymore and has been a leading voice for the suburb’s residents.

As a member of the Claymore Residents Group, Mrs Bullman was front and centre

in holding the government to account for the redevelopment that has occurred in

the suburb.

Mr McGlinchy has spent many years volunteering in different capacities

throughout Campbelltown.

As the former head of the Airds-Bradbury Mens Shed, Mr McGlinchy helped

coordinate a number of projects that benefited many people in the community.

“There is absolutely no doubt that both Lyn and Andrew deserve this prestigious

accolade,” Mr Warren said.

“Their determination to help others has never wavered and there are many people

throughout Campbelltown who have benefited as a result.

“Lyn took on the role of the voice for the Claymore community and her willingness

to do so certainly led to positive change.

“I remember calling Andrew when WILMA Women’s Health Centre were in need of

a lawn mower.

“Predictably Andrew and the team and the Airds-Bradbury Mens Shed came to the

rescue and promptly.

“That is just the type of selfless and dedicated people that Lyn and Andrew are.

“Campbelltown really is so fortunate to have residents like Lyn and Andrew among

us.”

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