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Awardees

On the 2nd June we announced the 244 voluntary groups selected to receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2022.

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2022 Awardees List – PDF

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Showing 201 – 225 out of 244 awardees
  • The Heart of England Forest

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Warwickshire
    To create a 30,000-acre native broadleaf forest to benefit people, wildlife & the environment.
  • The Include Project

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: Surrey
    Breaking down barriers for people with communication needs to build a more inclusive community.
  • The John Bunyan Community Boat

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Providing recreational and educational boat trips on the River Great Ouse in Bedford.
  • The Lace Market Theatre

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: Nottinghamshire
    Promoting and advancing education in the performing arts for the benefit of the local community.
  • The Lighthouse

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Education and Employment
    Ceremonial county: Surrey
    Tackling deprivation and isolation, transforming lives towards well-being, independence and hope.
  • The Listening Post C.I.C

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Essex
    Providing immediate, accessible mental health support and counselling for Basildon Borough.
  • The Medical English Group

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Supporting refugee and asylum-seeking health professionals in their quest to practice in the NHS.
  • The Minehead Hope Centre Trust

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Somerset
    Supporting people in West Somerset who are homeless, lonely, anxious, or disadvantaged in any way.
  • The Moses Project

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: County Durham
    Provides compassionate support to men age 25+ battling addiction and homelessness in Stockton.
  • The North Norfolk Railway PLC

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: Norfolk
    Maintaining a heritage railway, providing outstanding and wide-ranging benefits to its volunteers and wider community.
  • The Oasis Centre

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Cornwall
    Creating community in an area with multiple economic, health, and wellbeing needs, e.g. loneliness.
  • The Pam Britton Trust for Dementia

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Warwickshire
    The charity supports those living with dementia within South Warwickshire and also family carer/s.
  • The Pelican Centre Ltd

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Promoting health and wellbeing for the benefit of the communities of Tyldesley and beyond.
  • The People Matter Trust Ltd

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Education and Employment
    Ceremonial county: East Sussex
    Releasing jobseeker’s potential through career guidance, support, training and work opportunities.
  • The River Bann and Lough Neagh Association Company

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: County Antrim
    Preserving and promoting the River Bann and Lough Neagh, their tributaries and associated waterways
  • The Safer Luton Partnership

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Social Justice
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    A volunteer led intergenerational and diverse organisation working to make Luton safer.
  • The Shed (Tameside)

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    The Shed supports all aspects of ageing-well for older residents of Tameside.
  • The Staffordshire Regiment Association Wolverhampton Branch

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Armed Forces
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Providing support to Staffordshire Regiment Veterans in need of help.
  • The Sulgrave Village Shop Association Ltd.

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Northamptonshire
    Transforming lives while providing essential services for a small, rural and isolated community.
  • The Veterans Hub Weymouth & Portland CIC

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Armed Forces
    Ceremonial county: Dorset
    Supporting veterans and their families within the local community.
  • The Way Youth Zone Mentoring Programme

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Providing young people with one-to-one mentoring, empowering them to achieve their individual goals.
  • Think Ahead Stroke

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Providing support, advice, information and training to Stroke Survivors, Carers and families across Wigan Borough.
  • Tri Services and Veterans Support Centre

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Armed Forces
    Ceremonial county: Staffordshire
    Providing wellbeing and support services for veterans in Staffordshire
  • Undercliffe Cemetery Charity

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Preserving Bradford’s proud history in stone, and a beautiful green space for all to enjoy.
  • University Hospitals of Leicester Volunteer Services

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Leicestershire
    Supporting patients, families and visitors in three acute hospitals.