STAMP Revisited © Registered Charity Number: 1048991
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Honour For Our Project Manager
Our Project Manager, Walter Southall was nominated and selected to be an Olympic Torch Bearer. Walter carried the Torch through the streets of Hinderwell on Monday 18th June 2012.
Hundreds of thousands of inspirational people across the Country were nominated to carry the Flame with only a selected number given the honour. A total of 8,000 people will carry the flame through more than a 1,000 cities, towns and villages across the UK.
Walter was one of just 2,012 people chosen through the “Moment to Shine” Campaign, with the remaining 5,988 being celebrities and sports personalities.
On hearing of his honour Walter said “I’ve always dreamt of being in the Olympics when I was a boy, but always hoped it would be in something like the 100 metre’s or the Long Jump. This is the next best thing.” He went on to say “This is a great honour for me and recognition for all the great work Stamp Revisited do within the world of mental health”.
Walter was nominated by his Sister-
"Inspirational people are few and far between. As well as supporting his wife through depression, he still finds energy, passion and commitment to fight for individuals with mental health issues. Upon retirement he became a volunteer advocate for STAMP Revisited.
He shows sensitivity, compassion and understanding, giving 100% to each individual whatever their condition or circumstance. He has progressed to become Project Manager, leading by example a team of advocates supporting individuals to be involved and make decisions about their own treatment. STAMP Revisited is a registered charity which requires tireless fundraising.
Thanks to his sheer hard work and devotion, he has raised the profile of this Middlesbrough based charity, gaining respect and admiration from NHS Trust board, service users and their families. I feel strongly that this man who shows dedication to mental health users should have public recognition as he is a beacon within our community."