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Deborah Edgington MBE
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Radio Sintonia:

Deborah Edgington distinguished as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.

The former Councillor for Tourism of the municipality of Antigua, Deborah Edgington, has been distinguished as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.

The City Council of Antigua in a statement conveys the congratulations of the entire Municipal Corporation, to which she was a councillor and 'always companion on the road, for being recognized for her social and cooperative work with the British community in Caleta de Fuste and on the island, being decorated as a 2024 member of the Order of the British Empire, which is awarded to citizens for their effort and social commitment', says Mayor Matías Peña.

In the note, they recall that The Order of the British Empire is one of the highest decorations and one of the highest honors given by the British Royal House, with Deborah Edgington, being part of the thousand awards given this year in the MBE category.

The official British appointment mentions her work carried out especially during the COVID 19 pandemic, in which she served as a councillor of the Antigua City Council, collaborating closely with the British Consulate in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, informing, advising and supporting the assistance of the British community in the municipality.

For the mayor 'without a doubt, this recognition is deserved to comrade Deborah Edgington for the development of a social and personal work always committed and generous, says the municipal councilor'.
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