26th May 2020 | Covid-19


National Honours for COVID-19 work

The government has announced that new Honours will be awarded to individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to the UK’s COVID-19 response. Anyone can make a nomination, there is no deadline and submissions will be considered by an·independent honours committee. Simply download and fill in the special·honours nomination form·and email it to the Honours and Appointments Secretariat: Covid-19nominations@cabinetoffice.gov.uk The Surrey Lieutenancy has also published an informative leaflet ‘How to nominate Surrey champions for National Honours’ which explains how to recommend outstanding individuals in our county who were already making an exceptional impact in their community or field of work, outside of the current pandemic, and who may deserve an honour. Click here for a copy.


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