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Nuneaton & Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch Association (N&BNWA) who have been honoured with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

Warwickshire police would like to congratulate Nuneaton & Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch Association (N&BNWA) who have been honoured with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.

Nuneaton & Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch Association (N&BNWA) is part of a comprehensive national network that supports the work of Neighbourhood Street Schemes, the grass roots, bottom rung element of neighbourhood watch that focuses on good old-fashioned neighbourliness and endeavours to protect member households from harm.

Steve Hammond, Chair, and Bob Chambers, Vice Chair of N&BNWA, attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace on 24 May where they met the Queen and other winners of this year's award. Steve said: "We all feel that receiving this prestigious award is a tremendous achievement which recognises the hard work done by all the volunteers involved in N&BNWA. We all feel immensely proud of the recognition it represents."

Congratulations, once again, to everyone involved in Nuneaton & Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch Association.

 

Issued: 11am, Friday 3 June, Paul Roberts, Corporate Communications

Published 03/06/16