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Recognising and Celebrating Volunteers!

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Recognising and Celebrating Volunteers!

During 2021 a number of volunteer groups got to celebrate the biggest achievement of their lifetime.  Some of the Awardees for the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from both 2020 and 2021 took an opportunity when COVID restrictions eased to organise an event and welcome the Lord Lieutenant for their County to present their Award.  Volunteer Now is delighted to congratulate the following groups who feature in the video below and looks forward to hearing of other celebrations in 2022.

  • The Conservation Volunteers Belfast
  • Fermanagh Talking Newspaper Association
  • Enniskillen Royal Boat Club
  • Friends of Antrim Castle Gardens
  • Donaghmore Horticultural Community (DHC)
  • North Antrim Agricultural Association Ltd (Ballymoney Show)
  • ATLAS Women’s Centre
  • Rathfern Community Regeneration Group
  • Via Wings
  • A Safe Space To Be Me
  • Camphill Community Clanabogan
  • Saint Eugene’s Brass and Reed Band
  • Sollus School of Highland Dance
  • Royal British Legion Waterside Branch
  • Dreamscheme Northern Ireland
  • Bann Rowing Club
  • Fivemiletown United Football Club
  • Ards Peninsula First Responders


You too could be recognised for this Award if you are a group of volunteers who are making a huge impact in your local community.  Go to The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service official website to find out about the criteria and to learn about the nomination process that will open on 1st April 2022 for 2023 Awardees.

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  • #QAVS2021

QAVS Northern Ireland

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