Recognising significant achievement
As Lord-Lieutenant, Lady Howe is able to bring to Her Majesty's attention individuals or organisations that are worthy of Royal recognition.
To arrange a Royal visit to a business
To advise on making a request for a message from The Queen to mark a 100th birthday.
To advise on putting an honours nomination forward.
The Lord-Lieutenant is delighted to attend events across the county to promote and reward achievement.
NOMINATE SOMEONE FOR AN HONOUR
British honours are awarded on merit, for exceptional achievement or service.
The Lord Lieutenant would like to hear from you if you know of someone who has gone above and beyond in their service to the community.
REQUEST A ROYAL VISIT
The Royal Family works hard to acknowledge and reward achievement across the whole spectrum of communities in the county.
If your business or organisation has made a significant contribution or difference to the community and you would like to see this acknowledged by a Royal visit, the Lord-Lieutenant's office can assist you.
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The Lord Lieutenant is keen to celebrate significant achievement and to promote community engagement throughout the wider community through attendance at events, by making presentations, presiding over ceremonies, and performing official visits.
MESSAGES FROM THE QUEEN
A 100th birthday is a real cause for celebration. A message from the Queen can make this particularly special. The Lieutenancy office can guide you on how to achieve this.
QUEEN'S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE
In the business community the highest award attainable is the Queen's Award for Enterprise . The Lieutenancy office can guide you on how to put in a nomination.
QUEEN'S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the equivalent to an MBE for an individual, and is awarded to a group whose work is underpinned by exceptional volunteering.
A QAVS award can make a significant difference to an organisation. The Lord Lieutenant is keen to identify groups worthy of such recognition.
ATTEND A ROYAL GARDEN PARTY
An invitation to a Royal Garden Party offers fitting recognition to individuals for exceptional work in their community.
The Lord-Lieutenant is asked to nominate deserving guests each year from across the county. Perhaps you can draw to the attention of the Lieutenancy Office someone who would be deserving of such recognition?