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Soldiering On Awards 2020: 10th anniversary finalists announced

Soldiering On Awards 2020: 10th anniversary finalists announced

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10 Feb, 2020

The finalists in each category of the 2020 Soldiering On Awards have been named, celebrating the very best of the Armed Forces community

All finalists will be invited to a private reception at the House of Lords in February, hosted by Lord Dannatt and attended by Awards patron the Rt Hon Earl Howe PC and special guests. Overall winners will be announced at a prestigious black-tie event at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel on Friday 24 April 2020. 

The overall winners of two of the categories, the People’s Choice Award and Animal Partnership Award, will be decided by an online public vote, which will commence from 20 February. To vote, click here

Awards patron, the Rt Hon Earl Howe PC, says: ‘It is an honour to be announcing such outstanding finalists in this, the Soldiering On Awards’ 10th anniversary year. Each group of finalists stands on the shoulders of remarkable people who have gone before them, and they are now the worthy holders of this special recognition on behalf of the Armed Forces community. We salute you all!’

For the full list of finalists click here The Soldiering On Awards is a brand of X-Forces Enterprise CIC. To find out more, click here

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