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Saturday 29 June 2019
 
Brigadier Stephen Matthews DL, Deputy Lieutenant for Berkshire attends Reading Borough's Armed Forces Day event on Saturday 29 June at Forbury Gardens, Reading.  Brigadier Matthews joined the Mayor of Reading, Cllr Paul Woodward to hand out Veteran's Badges.  Lord Lieutenant's cadets Cdt Sergeant Harry Manocha and Cdt Petty Officer Peter Talbot assisted during the ceremony
 

 
 
Thursday 6 June 2019
 
On Thursday 6 June the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, Mr James Puxley attended the County Priory (CPG) of Berkshire's annual Organ Donation Awards Ceremony.  The Ceremony, hosted in partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant and also representing the CPG's  of Glouscestershire and Oxfordshire, was held at The Guildhall, Windsor
 

 
 
Thursday 16 May 2019

The Lord Lieutenant attends Berkshire Community Foundation’s (BCF) Celebrating Impact: Showcase Event held at Ascot Racecourse on Thursday 16 May, recapping the great year BCF has had and highlighting the Impact six groups in particular have made in the community.  
 

Wednesday 1 May 2019
 
The Lord Lieutenant joined hundreds of people at Reading Minster on Wednesday 1 May for a joyful service to mark the retirement of the Rt Revd Andrew Proud, the Bishop of Reading. Bishop Andrew has been the Bishop of Reading since 2011. Before coming to Berkshire, he served as Chaplain of St Matthew’s, Addis Ababa and was consecrated Bishop of Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa in 2007.
 

 
 
Saturday 13 April 2019
 
The Lord Lieutenant for Berkshire, Mr James Puxley attends the Berkshire Army Cadet Force Centenary Celebrations on Saturday 13 April.
 

  
 
  
Thursday 4 April 2019 

The Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, Mr James Puxley presented 3 British Empire Medals (BEM), on behalf of HM The Queen, awarded in the New Year’s Honours list, at a Reception at Arbour Park, in Slough on Thursday 4 April

Ms Mary Mayes                 Police Constable, Met Police                                              For Services to Policing

Mr Alan Skipworth            Border Force Assistant Officer, Heathrow                          For Services to Border Security

Ms Kirsten Willies            Head of Operations, South Central Ambulance Service     For services to NHS Leadership

Mr James Puxley also presented certificates to 18 voluntary organisations from across Berkshire to recognise their achievement in being nominated for the Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service.Mr Puxley presented Certificates to representatives of each voluntary group.The groups are currently being considered for the National Awards, and the results will be announced in June.

List of voluntary groups nominated for the 2019 Awards:

Alexander Devine Childrens Hospice Service
Berkshire Care Trust
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Berkshire Magistrates Mock Trials Competition Team
Coffee and Craft
Destiny Support
Eagles Netball Club
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust Volunteers
Maidenhead & District Stroke Club
Paving the Way
Reading Refugee Support Group (RRSG)
Soulscape
Sport in Mind (pooled 2018)
The Mills Archive Trust
The Sikh Golf Society of Great Britain
The Tuesday Burchett Club
Wargrave Girls Football Club
Wokingham, Bracknell & Districts Mencap Ltd

 

 
Friday 15 March 2019
 
Mr Sean Taylor represents the Lord Lieutenant at the Pride of Bracknell Forest Awards held at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst on Friday 15 March.
 

 
Wednesday 20 February 2019

On Wednesday 20th February 2019, at 11am, the Town Mayor of Thatcham, Councillor Jan Cover, unveiled a new interpretation panel, detailing the stories behind Thatcham’s 3 Victoria Cross recipients whose commemorative stones lie in Thatcham Broadway, accompanied by representatives from the Royal School of Military Survey; 7th Battalion The Rifles; Thatcham Branch of the Royal British Legion; HM Lord-Lieutenant of the Royal County of Berkshire, Mr James Puxley; and relatives of William John House in attendance.


 
 
 
Friday 28 September 2018
 
Mr David Brownlow CVO DL, Deputy Lieutenant for Berkshire, presented the Long Service and Good Conduct medals at the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service Awards Ceremony, held at Wokefield Park on 28 September 2018. 
  

 
 
Monday 24 September 2018
 
HM Lord Lieutenant for Berkshire, Mr James Puxley presents EnSilica Ltd, based in Wokingham with the Queen's Award for Enterprise.  The Queen's Award for International Trade was awarded for the company's outstanding short term growth in overseas sales over the last three years.
 

 
 
Saturday 8 September 2018
 
Mrs Christine Weston DL, Deputy Lieutenant for Berkshire attends the Their Legacy, Our History event in Newbury.
 
 
 
 
Friday 7 September 2018
 
Dr Christina Hill Williams DL, Deputy Lieutenant for Berkshire attends the official opening of the Greenham Common Control Tower
 

 
 
Sunday 17 June 2018
 
The Lord Lieutenant, Mr James Puxley and his wife, Mrs Deborah Puxley attended the The Annual Service of Remembrance for those involved in the Falkland Islands conflict held at the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne on Sunday 17th June.
 

 
 
Saturday 16 June 2018
 
The Lord Lieutenant, Mr James Puxley and Cllr Mrs Debs Edwards, Mayor of Reading Borough jointly cut the ribbon to reopen the town's Abbey Ruins after a 3 year conservation project. 
 
 
 
Sunday 27 May 2018
 
Mr Richard Bennett DL, Deputy Lieutenant for Berkshire, represented the Lord Lieutenant at a wreath laying ceremony at the Trooper Potts VC Memorial, Forbury Gardens, Reading on Sunday 27 May 2018 to mark the 100th anniversary of key events during the first world war.
 

 
 
 
  
Sunday 15 April 2018
 
The Lord Lieutenat attended the RAF100 Parade in Windsor on 15 April 2018.  The parade celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the formation of the Royal Air Force.  Mr Puxley attended a service before taking the salute along with Parade Commander Chris Fisher.