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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
Eagles Netball Club
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust Volunteers
Maidenhead & District Stroke Club
Paving the Way
Reading Refugee Support Group (RRSG)
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
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.
The Lord Lieutenant attended the Get Berkshire Active Awards on Friday 23rd February 2018. 350 sport enthusiasts assembled together at the awards ceremony. The event saw 12 people, organisation and clubs receive awards.
Monday 5 February 2018
The Lord Lieutenant visits Norden Farm Centre for the Arts in Maidenhead to view their SocialArts Project.
Tuesday 16 January 2018
Army Cadets from Arborfield and the surrounding area joined Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the Royal County of Berkshire, Mr James Puxley, the Chief Executive of South East Reserve Forces’ & Cadets’ Association and local and military dignitaries at the official opening of their new Army Cadet Centre at Arborfield, on Tuesday 16 January 2018.