Sue Winfield has been Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for Tyne and Wear for the past 8 years, but as of this month Sue is stepping down as she reaches her 75th birthday.
After a pandemic-laden 18 month wait, the team at Maths Circle were absolutely delighted and honoured to formally receive their Queen’s Award for Enterprise at a wonderful celebration hosted at Bedford Heights.
The new deadline is midday Wednesday 22 September.
Watson Gym Equipment are immensely proud to have won the 2021 Queen's Award for Enterprise in the category for International Trade.
Luminary Bakery is a community of strength and solace where women gather to be equipped, trained, and empowered in reaching their full potential.
Queen's Award for Innovation winners 2020, Nim's Fruit Crisps, were delighted to receive their Queen's Awards trophy and Grant of Appointment scroll, from their local Lord Lieutenant and Deputy Lord Lieutenant.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses and is a globally recognised royal seal of approval for UK companies.
The Promoting Opportunity category was refocused last year to make the category easier to apply for and understand.
Pi has been awarded 2 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, one for International Trade and the other for Innovation.
Robin and Jody Ashfield started their outdoor musical instruments business with a mission to create a product that would enable consumers to embrace music and find a feeling of instant satisfaction and joy.
Paraffin are an award winning capabilities agency. They empower people with capabilities that create positive change and business growth.