As well as actively providing first aid at many events across Tyneside, she has completed the charity's Grand Prior award, which marks at least three years of sustained effort studying 24 different subjects - from using social media and working in the community, to outdoor pursuits and first aid.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for Grand Prior (Award)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A dozen volunteers from across Wales attended a Young Achievers Reception hosted by Princess Anne for gaining their Grand Prior award - the highest accolade available to cadets.
Shannon was chosen for the award for her commitment in providing first aid at various events in 2011 and for completing the charity's Grand Prior award, which marks three years of hard work studying 24 different subjects.
Nationally, Sean Patrick O'Malley, archbishop of Boston, is Grand Prior of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.
CAPTION(S): * HONOUR: Shown from the left are: Sir Brian Jenkins, Grand Prior of St John Ambulance, Sue Killen, Chief Executive of St John Ambulance, Rayne Sutcliffe, Gary Dunsford and Peter Bradley, Chief Executive of London Ambulance Service (S)
The 17-year-old was picked to attend the event having completed the Grand Prior Award, the highest award a St John Ambuslance cadet can achieve.
He has achieved Cadet of the Year, and been awarded the elite Grand Prior Award from Lord Crathorne for his work with the corps," said Andree.
Flt Lt Close-Ash will receive his award from the Grand Prior, Sir Brian Jenkins GBE, at a special investiture at the Priory Headquarters in Clerkenwell, London.