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Steve Whiteway is an award winning member of the Plymouth business community. Awarded a lifetime achievement award in 2017 at the Plymouth Herald Community Awards, Steve is one of a handful of people in the UK to be awarded the Prime Minister’s Points of Light Award for his work in helping to alleviate food poverty. Steve is also one of 6 Plymouth people to have a train named after him by Devon & Plymouth Chamber patrons, GWR, after being voted one of the 50 all-time Great Westerners.
Steve has worked with over 160 charities over the past 50 years, raising money and profiles through music and sport and was one of the original founding members of the Plymouth Climate Change Commission and previous Vice Chair of Fairtrade Plymouth. The Clean Britain campaign and the Plymouth Litter Campaign in 2014 saw Steve involve Plymouth Argyle, Plymouth Albion and Plymouth Raiders in an initiative, which led to him becoming an honorary ambassador for the City Centre Company.
Steve is married with children and grandchildren, and his hobbies and interests include the Plymouth environment, kayaking, swimming, song writing, writing articles and columns and serving the local community and helping businesses to grow, by sharing his experience and knowledge.