Shropshire Council

Recent Queens Award for Voluntary Service recipients

2003

Shifnal Millennium Sensory Garden Committee OSCA (Oswestry and Shropshire Citizen Advocacy)

2004

No Panic

2006

  • The Cricket Federation For People with Disabilities
  • Ludlow Marches Skill-building Project
  • Longmynd Adventure Camp
  • Friends of the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

2007

  • Newport Cottage Care Centre Trust
  • St. George’s Recreation Ground and Public Hall
  • Donnington Wood Community Café

2008

  • Listen and Care
  • The Lyneal Trust
  • The Wenlock Olympians

2009

  • Club 2000
  • Shrewsbury Children’s Bookfest Committee

2010

  • Telford Police Cadets
  • Shropshire Aphasic Society

2011

The Project Group, Oswestry

2012

Wem Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Stage Door – For providing theatre workshops for children of all abilities and backgrounds

2013

The Much Wenlock Festival - Arts and community events for all ages provided by a wide range of Shropshire based artists and performers

2014

Festival Drayton Centre - Arts and community events for all ages provided by a wide range of Shropshire based artists and performers.

Wellington Cottage Care Trust - Providing high-quality, nurse-led, person-centred Day Care for adults of any age with medical care needs and disabilities

Severn Hospice - Donating time, skills and enthusiasm to ensure specialist care is accessible for people throughout Shropshire and Mid Wales who are living with cancer and other incurable illnesses

2015

  • Friends of Apley Woods - Working to conserve Apley Woods for future generations, engaging the community with nature through educational events and activities
  • The League of Friends to the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital - Raising money to provide essential support to patients and staff, funding equipment, research and facilities
  • The Shropshire Horticultural Society - Promoting horticultural education with an annual show, financial assistance to horticultural students and supporting charities in Shropshire

2016

  • The Burwarton and District Agricultural Society – The group has organised the Burwarton Show since 1891, a one day event held in August with an extensive range of rural competitions and attractions
  • Stretton Focus - A highly regarded monthly community magazine for Church Stretton. Annual profits are returned to the community through a unique Awards scheme whereby organisations may apply for grants
  • Friends of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum - Supporting the Ironbridge Gorge Museum since 1969. Their guiding, educational, promotional and fundraising activities have helped the Museum achieve international recognition as the “Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution”
  • Telford and Wrekin Young Carers - To enable children to have respite from caring to improve their quality of life and provide empathy with children faced with adult responsibilities who could otherwise be forgotten