by: SJ reporter - Last updated: 2008-05-19
A governor of Michael Sobell Sinai School, the largest Jewish Primary School in Europe, has been honoured for his community service.
Herman Martyn, who has been involved with Jewish schools in a number of capacities for over 30 years and a governor of Sinai School since 2002, was presented with a Brent Community Champions Award from Brent Council in recognition of his contribution to education in the Borough.
The award was presented by the outgoing Mayor, Councillor Harshadbhai B Patel, at a ceremony at Brent Town Hall in north west London.
Commenting on his award, Herman Martyn said: "I feel very honoured to have been presented with this award and to be in the company of such hard-working and deserving members of the community."