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Awardees

On 2nd June we announced 241 voluntary groups selected to receive the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2021.

164 of these groups also received a special designation for providing impactful support during the pandemic.

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Showing 126 – 150 out of 241 awardees
  • Mindsong

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: Gloucestershire
    Helping people with dementia to be creative, participate and live well through communal singing.
  • MOD Corsham Military Co-Responders Team

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Emergency Response
    Ceremonial county: Berkshire
    Saving lives and promoting recovery as Military Co-Responders working with the Ambulance Service.
  • Moss Side Community Allotment Group

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Transforming a neglected allotment into a flourishing sustainable community allotment and social hub
  • Mothers for Mothers

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Family Support
    Ceremonial county: The City and County of Bristol
    Supporting families affected by maternal mental illness from pregnancy to childhood.
  • Myriad Foundation

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Supporting the vulnerable in society with services and educating the wider community on Islām.
  • Mytholmroyd Station Partnership

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Providing a community hub, creating a transformative blueprint for future community railway stations.
  • NECA Community Garden

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Tyne and Wear
    Maintaining the community garden to provide a safe and exciting learning environment.
  • Neighbourhood Friends, Westbank Exeter

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Devon
    Supporting vulnerable people on their discharge from hospital, reducing demands on the NHS.
  • NEO Community

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Food Support
    Ceremonial county: Merseyside
    Building resilient communities, raising aspirations, facilitating change and reducing food insecurity.
  • Networking in East Oldham Neighbourhoods (NEON)

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Providing financial, social, health and education services to the local community in East Oldham.
  • Nevis Community Radio Ltd

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: Inverness
    Serving the community of Lochaber delivering entertainment, companionship and local information.
  • Newton and Earlestown Community Group

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Merseyside
    Encouraging civic pride and wellbeing in Newton-le-Willows.
  • No.5 Young People

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Berkshire
    Providing confidential counselling and outreach for children, young people and those around them.
  • Norfolk Blood Bikes

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Emergency Response
    Ceremonial county: Norfolk
    Transporting emergency medical products to hospitals and medical teams in Norfolk, free of charge.
  • North Antrim Agricultural Association

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Events
    Ceremonial county: County Antrim
    Annually organising Ballymoney Show, promoting agriculture, food and crafts.
  • Northumberland County Blind Association

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Northumberland
    Providing support, services and information to visually impaired and blind people.
  • Old Brodleians Rugby Club

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Providing rugby for all ages and delivering huge benefits to their community.
  • Oldham Boxing and Personal Development Centre

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Delivering an inclusive, diverse and non-judgemental service to the local community.
  • Oldham Street Angels

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Keeping everyone safe in Oldham town centre’s night economy, particularly rough sleepers.
  • Olive Tree Cancer Support

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: West Sussex
    Helping those affected by cancer through the provision of complementary and support services.
  • Our Kids Eyes

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Family Support
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Providing support, information and activities for families who have children with disabilities.
  • PACE Charitable Trust

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Greater London
    Empowering disabled people, promoting independence through sport and social inclusion
  • Paul’s Place

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Merseyside
    Providing specialist suicide bereavement services in Liverpool.
  • Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Hampshire
    Transforming lives and outcomes by promoting inclusion and providing specialist services and training.
  • Queenscourt Hospice

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Merseyside
    Delivering innovation, empowering communities and providing specialist palliative care services.