The English Veterans Awards 2020 – Rewarding Veterans in Business, Fitness, Sport and the wider community – in association with The ABF Soldiers’ Charity
In England, there are a huge number of highly successful Armed Forces Veterans that have made the transition from the Military to civilian life and the English Veterans Awards (EVA) , a Not for Profit organisation, wants to reward these veterans who have gone above and beyond and excelled in their relevant fields. They will act as role models for future service leavers.
As such, the EVA feel they should be given every opportunity to highlight their achievements and success, which is why the awards have been created.
The English Veterans Awards are open to all our Military Veterans that are doing great things in England, Reservists that are going above and beyond and those companies that go the extra mile to support or recruit from the Armed Forces community!
The Armed Forces Network is delighted to see that several members from our local Armed Forces Community have been shortlisted for this years awards:
Volunteer of the Year
Awarded to a Veteran who has volunteered their time and made an impact on, or contributed to the development of other veterans, performers, a club, their community, events or the wider community in general
- Barry Coase (Combat Stress)
- Bernard Stonestreet (99/100 Club – East Sussex Veterans Hub)
- Ian Neville (Littlehampton Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club)
Health & Wellbeing Award
Awarded to an organisation that promotes and encourages others to maintain a good health and well-being
We would like to pass on our congratulations and thanks for all the wonderful work done by these valued members of our Network. You are all winners to us!
Photographs courtesy of the English Veterans’s Awards at the shortlisted filming day on 19 August 2020 at the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum in Warwickshire.