NRH Annual Awards

2009

To Richard McCance for his work in furthering gay rights in the 1970s-1990s, for his involvement in CHE and National Friend, for being the driving force behind the production of Gay Nottingham, Metrogay and Outright.

To the Chameleon group for providing support and social facilities for trans people for over 25 years.

To the Lookout team, for publishing Lookout lesbian information newsletter continuously for 12 years.

2010

To Healthy Gay Nottingham (formerly the GAi Project) for providing an outstanding service for local gay and bisexual men since 1994.

To Nottingham Hyking Dykes for providing a valuable and much appreciated service for local lesbians for over 20 years.

To Breakout Gay Men's Group for providing excellent social facilities and support for local gay and bisexual men since 1996.

In addition, this year we started the Michael Raymond Memorial Awards. (To find out about Michael Raymond, click HERE) These commemorate organisations, groups and individuals which made a valuable contribution in the past, but are no longer with us.

They were awarded to

Nottingham Lesbian Line, which provided information, advice and support for local lesbians for over 20 years until 2003.

The Pavilion Club - the first gay club in the East Midlands.

2011

To Outburst Youth Group and Davina Daniels for providing an excellent social and support group for young LGB + T people.

To LAFS  (lesbians in Ashfield Friendship and Support) for providing a valuable and much appreciated service for local lesbians in and around the Mansfield/Ashfield area..

To Nottingham Ball Bois football team for the success on the football field (winning both the GFSN league and cup) and hard work off the field: supporting the Justin Campaign against homophobia in football; raising money for worthy causes; raising awareness of testicular cancer; contributing to LGBT History Month events. To read more about the team, click HERE

In addition, the two Michael Raymond Memorial Awards went to:

They were awarded to

The North Notts LGB Development Group - to read about the group, click HERE

Part Two Club and its founder and manager Ross Smith. To read about Part Two, click HERE

2012

To Sapphist Writers. To read more about Sapphist Writers, click HERE

To the Nottingham(shire) Pride Committees, past and present. To read more about Pride, click HERE

To LiNk Notts. To read more about LiNK Notts, click HERE

In addition, the two Michael Raymond Memorial Awards went to:

They were awarded to

The Nottingham Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE)
To read more about CHE, click HERE

Mushroom Bookshop  To read more about Mushroom, click HERE

2013

To Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Catherine Conchar
Read about this in QB number 71 - click HERE

To WOW, the Worksop-based LGBT youth group

To Nottingham Women's Centre

In addition, the two Michael Raymond Memorial Awards went to:

They were awarded to

The Nottingham Gay Liberation Front (GLF)

Discern

2014

To Recreation, the Nottingham Trans group

To the E.on LGBT Network

To Tagadere, the HIV support service

2015

To "the Team which saved Pride" - 2014 Pride committee

To Catherine Conchar, Head of Equality and Diversity at Notts Healthcare NHS Trust - the no. 1 Stonewall employer

To Eat Out Nottingham

2016

To Tim Franks, former CEO of PACE

To Nottingham & Notts Lesbian & Gay Switchboard

To Debbie Law of the New Foresters

2017

To Trans4me, the Nottingham Trans youth group

To Sarah Lee and her team at the County Council for providing support to young LGBT people in the County

To Out in Education for their work in countering homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in schools

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