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King's Award for Voluntary Service 2023 Winners

14 Nov 2023

A note from our Lord-Lieutenant, Sir John Peace

“Volunteers are at the heart of our communities in Nottinghamshire, and we are delighted that the work of so many of our charities in Nottinghamshire has been recognised through this prestigious award.  The King’s Birthday Award winners this year are wonderfully diverse and showcase the important contribution that charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations make to their local communities, making life better for those around them.  The commitment and dedication of these volunteers over many years have been duly recognised and I congratulate them all and would like to thank all volunteers who do such vital work across the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.”

2023 Winners


Supporting disadvantaged communities experiencing food poverty and social inequalities

Notts LGBT+ Network

Driving positive change, providing support and championing the LGBT+ community in Nottinghamshire

Framework Knitters Museum

A community led independent working museum, telling the history of Framework Knitting

Beeston Community Resource CIO

A shining example of volunteer-led mental health support providing a safe haven within the community

Care After Combat

Psychological, social and practical support for veterans in the criminal justice system and on resettlement

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