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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 201 – 225 out of 241 awardees
  • The Friends of Birkenhead Park

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Merseyside
    Maintaining Birkenhead Park and the Edward Kemp Community Garden for the benefit of the whole community.
  • The Friends of Hopwood Park

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Developing, enhancing and maintaining Hopwood Park as a green space and valuable community resource.
  • The Grantham Tennis Club

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Lincolnshire
    Providing a welcoming, inclusive opportunity for all ages and abilities to enjoy tennis.
  • The Growing Zone

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Providing service and support to anyone with physical or learning disabilities or challenges.
  • The Hornbeam Centre

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Food Support
    Ceremonial county: Greater London
    Redistributing food destined for landfill to local communities through food stalls and cooked meals.
  • The Kirkwood Volunteers

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Supporting those affected by a life-limiting illness in Kirklees
  • The Link Foundation

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Family Support
    Ceremonial county: Berkshire
    Providing practical support to deprived children and families in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
  • The Link Visiting Scheme

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Loneliness and Befriending
    Ceremonial county: Berkshire
    Tackling loneliness by supporting lonely and isolated people to develop friendships and join activities.
  • The Men of Worth Project

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Researching and raising awareness of local people who served the country during wartime.
  • The Mid Lancs Colts Junior Football League

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Lancashire
    Providing grassroots football to children and promoting anti-racism in football.
  • The Mulberry Centre

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: Greater London
    Enhancing emotional and physical well-being of anyone affected by cancer in a welcoming environment.
  • The My Voice Project

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Preserving the legacy of Holocaust survivors by recording their life-stories.
  • The Olive Branch

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Lancashire
    Serving at-risk people in Lancaster: relieving hunger & helping them to resolve their difficulties.
  • The People’s Orchestra

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: The West Midlands
    Creating opportunity and enriching lives and communities through music making.
  • The Proud Trust

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Providing groups and support for young LGBT+ people; delivering training and running an LGBT+ Centre.
  • The Ray Collins Charitable Trust

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Oxfordshire
    Providing wide-ranging support to people in the Wantage area and building community cohesion.
  • The Red House

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Heritage
    Ceremonial county: Shropshire
    Providing comprehensive support to children, older and isolated people throughout Albrighton.
  • The Rising Stars Theatre Company

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: West Glamorgan
    Providing drama and performance-related interactive opportunities to disabled people and thus associated carer respite.
  • The WayfinderWoman Trust

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Education and Employment
    Ceremonial county: East Sussex
    Supporting marginalised women gain self-confidence and skills through targeted training and coaching
  • The Well, Wolverhampton

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Food Support
    Ceremonial county: The West Midlands
    Providing emergency food and toiletry parcels for individuals and families in need across Wolverhampton.
  • TLC College (Wolverhampton)

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Education and Employment
    Ceremonial county: The West Midlands
    Helping disadvantaged communities by providing activities, education, well-being and creating jobs.
  • Ty Hafan Scout Group

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: South Glamorgan
    Bringing Scouting to children and young people with life-limiting illness.
  • Ver Valley Society

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Hertfordshire
    Protecting and promoting the River Ver chalk stream for the local community and beyond.
  • Verd de gris arts

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Encouraging involvement and access to the arts to empower communities and change lives.
  • Via Wings

    Year awarded: 2021
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: County Down
    Empowering those in need to break the cycle of poverty, mental health, hunger and isolation.