Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased to confer Her Award in 2019 upon Wargrave Women and Girls Football Club in recognition of their outstanding voluntary work in the community. This is the highest award given to voluntary groups across the UK to recognise exceptional service within their communities and is equivalent to the MBE. On the 2nd of June it was announced that the nomination was accepted and that Wargrave Womens and Girls Football Club were indeed proud winners of the Queens Award for Voluntary Service.

Minister for Civil Society and Sport Mims Davies said:

Volunteers make an incredible difference to so many people’s lives and their communities. These prestigious awards recognise the wonderful work being done by many voluntary organisations across the country. I’d like to offer my sincere congratulations to all the worthy winners for their continued hard work and dedication.

On Thursday 4th April, Stuart Edwards, Anthony Taylor and Bob Austen attended a Reception at Arbour Park in Slough to receive our Nomination Certificate from the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire

1Queens Award Nomination Photo