Reverend Albert Cadmore has been honored in the New Year’s Honours List with the British Empire Medal for his outstanding service to the community in Great Yarmouth. Throughout his 47 years of teaching and serving as a parish priest in Horsey and West Somerton, he has made significant contributions to the local area. In addition to his roles as a chaplain for Norwich City Football Club and the RNLI, Albert also hosts a weekly show on local Harbour Radio where he discusses community life with local residents. Albert expressed his surprise and gratitude for the honor, stating that he feels humbled by the nomination from the community.
The British Empire Medal is awarded to individuals for their “hands-on” service to the community in a specific geographical area, making Albert’s recognition even more meaningful. Reverend Cadmore’s dedication to serving the community has made a lasting impact, and he has been praised as a true gentleman by Jon Norman, Senior Pastor at Soul Church Norwich and Chaplain at Norwich City Football Club. After 16 years of chaplaincy at the football club, Albert stepped down from his role and was described as a man of integrity and honor who is dearly loved by those he has served.
Albert’s commitment to serving the community has been evident through his various roles and his genuine love for the community. His recognition with the British Empire Medal is a testament to the impact he has made in Great Yarmouth and the surrounding areas. The honor is a reflection of his selfless dedication and the meaningful contributions he has made to the lives of many. Albert’s humility and gratitude for the recognition reflect his genuine passion for serving the community and his love for the people he has had the privilege of engaging with. These qualities have endeared him to many and have left a positive and lasting impression on the community.