24th October 2018 | Lieutenancy News

Dedicated volunteers from the Friends of Ash Link receive the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Dedicated volunteers from the Friends of Ash Link – the volunteering group of Spelthorne Natural History Society – gathered on Splash Meadow in Shepperton as Michael More-Molyneux, Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, presented the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2018. This Honour recognised the group’s outstanding environmental regeneration work, which started in 2007, to create the Ash Link Nature Reserve in 2011. Conservation is ongoing: from 2007 to 2018 the Friends of Ash Link group was led successfully by Peter Routley and, with his recent move to Devon, Irving Lord now leads the volunteers.


Related News Stories

news image-7274
Surrey from the Sky’ will be the theme for this year’s Surrey Day, which will take place on Saturday 11 May 2024.

It will be the sixth year of the annual celebration of life in the county, which sees the Surrey Lieutenancy […]

View More
news image-7207
New Year Honours List 2024

The Lord-Lieutenant congratulates all those Surrey residents who have been recognised for their contribution to our communities in HM The […]

View More
news image-7193
The King’s First Year

by Sir Stephen Lamport GCVO DL Vice- Lord-Lieutenant and a former Private Secretary to The (then) Prince of Wales, and […]

View More