Forres in Bloom Awarded Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2019

The Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service

To celebrate her Golden Jubilee, The Queen announced a new, annual Award to recognise and reward excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community.

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (formerly known as The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award) is given for outstanding achievement by groups of volunteers who:-

  • regularly devote their time to helping others in the community
  • improve the quality of life and opportunity for others
  • provide an outstanding service

It is generally considered to be the ‘MBE’ for voluntary groups.

Nominations are made online at www.gov.uk/queens-award-for-voluntary-service

Advice may be obtained from the Lieutenancy. Support from the Lord-Lieutenant for a nomination will be important.

Queens Award for Voluntary Service

2013

Moray Fresh Start

2014

None

2015

Wild Things

Rotary Club of Elgin

2016

Enable Elgin and District Branch

2017

None

2018

Step by Step in Moray

Morayvia

Fochabers Heritage Centre

Moray Handyperson Services

2019

Forres in Bloom

2020

Moray Inshore Rescue Operation (MIRO)

2021

Moray Food Plus
Gordonstoun Fire Service
the Duke of Edinburgh Award Moray Committee
1st Buckie Company Boys’ Brigade

2022

Cullen Volunteer Group

Moray Food Plus, Gordonstoun Fire Service, the Duke of Edinburgh Award Moray Committee, and 1st Buckie Company Boys’ Brigade

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Four groups in Moray receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

June 6th, 2022|Comments Off on Four groups in Moray receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Moray Food Plus, Gordonstoun Fire Service, the Duke of Edinburgh Award Moray Committee, and 1st Buckie Company Boys’ Brigade, have all been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a [...]