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Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards Nominations Announced

The shortlisted nominations have been selected for the Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards in association with Hugh James.

The Forces Pension Society supports the awards as Associate Partners.

Following a deluge of nominations 26 people, charities, units, or companies have been identified and whittled down for the judging panel to decide an overall winner in each category.

The shortlisted nominations are as follows:

Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Individual) in association with CAPSLOCK

  • Lt Paul Jonathan Holvey (RN)
  • Marie Llewelyn, 16 Med Regt, Colchester
  • WO Scott Barnett, RNAS Culdrose
  • Major Chris Brannigan (Barefoot Soldier)

Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Group) in association with the Invictus Games Foundation

  • Army Welfare Service (Preston/Donnington Team)
  • Reigate Grammar School CCF (Contingent Commander – Lt Andy Pruvost)
  • 32 Engineer Unit & Anzio Company, Duke of Lancaster Regiment
  • Aviation Task Force COVID Support Force, RAF Odiham

Most Outstanding Veteran in Lockdown in association with Hugh James

  • Craig Monaghan
  • Mike Taylor
  • Kayam Iqbal
  • Craig Curtis

Most Outstanding Charitable Contribution or Gesture in Lockdown in association with Inzpire

  • Herefordshire Veterans Support Centre at DMWS
  • PoppyPebble (Project Nova)
  • RE:ACT
  • Veterans In Communities
  • Cdt LCpl Niquita Potter

Most Supportive Business to the Armed Forces during Lockdown in association with Angel Call Handling

  • SAGE Foundation
  • Great Western Railways/The Veterans Charity
  • RV1 Group
  • Global Production Squad

Greatest Lockdown Achievement from the Armed Forces community in association with BFBS

  • Anthony Phillips for his work with Walking with the Wounded
  • Jessica Sands, The MilSPO Business Network for her work supporting spouses.
  • Sally Orange for her work with NHS Nightingale Hospital and fundraising events
  • Op REGEN (Walking with the Wounded)
  • Jordan Wylie for the Great British Paddle

Pathfinder International editor, Mal Robinson said,

“We have literally been overwhelmed with the amount of nominations sent in by both the military community and the general public. The standard of nominations was exceedingly high and the team at Pathfinder have spent weeks ensuring each nomination was read and awarded on merit. I’d like to thank everyone for taking the time to send in their nominations. We now look forward to hearing the judging panel’s verdict for the overall winners.”

Pathfinder International will be contacting shortlisted winners in due course.

Overall winners are due to be announced on Monday May 24, 2021*.

Source: Pathfinder International

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