The Centre Manager and Trustees at Heene Community Association are honoured to receive the Queen’s Award, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
The Heene, a busy thriving Community Centre, is open 7 days a week and offers a wide range of facilities, such as room hire, various leisure classes, an IT Suite and a highly regarded Café, all bringing people together in a modern welcoming environment.
The Centre Manager and Kate, Vice-Chair of Trustees from Heene Community Association attended a memorable garden party at Buckingham Palace in May, along with other recipients of this year’s Award, where Her Majesty, the Queen and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex were in attendance. .
Heene Community Association’s Centre Manager, Joanna Barden says:
“It is a wonderful honour for the Centre to be recognised for the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. I would like to thank every single volunteer for their time, hard work and commitment, as without their efforts this award would not have been possible. They have contributed towards making Heene Community Centre - the heart of the community. They should be very proud of themselves