The British Citizen Awards once again chose the Westminster venue to host their bi-annual awards reception last Thursday 25th January, they have been coming to the venue since 2015.
The event at Church House Westminster, in the Assembly Hall, followed a presentation ceremony at the House of Lords, at which 36 individuals were recognised for the exceptional impact they have had on the community and presented with a British Citizen Awards Medal of Honour.
Hosted by Matt Allwright medals were presented for eight individual categories including for services to industry, education, arts, business, healthcare, volunteering and charitable giving, community and international achievement. All categories are underpinned by the overarching qualities of transparency, integrity, determination and achievement.
Sara Yarrow, spokesperson for The British Citizen Award ‘We are delighted to hold the post-event drinks reception for The British Citizen Award presentation at Church House Westminster. The building itself and Assembly Hall are the perfect venue to celebrate and hear the stories from each of our medalists’.
General Manager, Robin Parker comments: “We were delighted to welcome back the British Citizen Awards to Church House, we have hosted the post awards reception since its inaugural event in 2015, and it is always a pleasure to be involved in such an inspiring event.”