Bishop Stanford Fairin had a vision to create a care centre to support the Afro-Caribbean elderly in Sandwell.
His vision was realised with support from Sandwell Council and the Cape Community Care Centre was born.
Today the centre serves 52 people, mainly from Afro-Caribbean descent with activities, outings, meals and a place many call home.
He works closely with medical consultants to help spot illnesses and he helps drive people to the home, organises meals on wheels for those unable to attend and acts as caretaker for the centre at 78 years of age.
People that know him, say he is humble and well deserving of this honour.