Greater Manchester Queen’s Award Gallery Here are just a few of Greater Manchester’s groups who have received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Bolton School Pupils serving local, national and International communities, establishing a habit of volunteering to benefit others. Bolton Urban Outreach Project Restoring individuals lives and in partnership building strong communities we are proud of. The Fusilier Museum, Bury Providing access to the objects and stories in our care, recording and celebrating the deeds & values of the regiment. Speakeasy, Bury Providing support, opportunity and purposeful activity to make a positive difference for people living with Aphasia. Greater Manchester Police Cadets Inspiring young people to participate positively in communities across Greater Manchester through social action projects. Neesa Well Woman Drop-in Project, Manchester Providing much needed quality services to Asian women to enhance their well-being and development. Bereavement Support Services, Oldham Providing understanding, support and hope to bereaved adults and children. Youth Council, Oldham Providing understanding, support and hope to bereaved adults and children. Volunteer Driver Service, Rochdale Assisting with transport in the community, promoting health & wellbeing, reducing social inclusion, helping vulnerable adults. Bury Bridleways Association, Rochdale Working to protect and create safe off-road routes for horse riders, also benefiting walkers and cyclists. Salford Lads Club Brightening young lives and making good citizens for generations of young people. Salford City Radio Providing an exclusive educational and entertaining service for local people of all backgrounds and cultures. Beechwood Cancer Care, Stockport Providing psychological and proactive support to patients, carers, and family members affected by cancer. The Well Spring, Stockport Providing support services to homeless and disadvantaged people, aiming to reengage them in the wider community 365 days a year. Droylsden Youth Centre, Tameside A voluntary organisation helping and educating young people through sporting activities. The Donkey Assisted Therapy Centre, Tameside Providing emotional mental and physical therapy through donkeys, thereby enhancing the lives of children and adults with additional needs. Redeeming Our Communities, Trafford Working to bring people together to address community needs, building safer and kind communities. The Hub Community Centre, Trafford Providing a welcoming facility for all ages, including events, social activities and professional support in order to see lives and communities changed. Leigh Well Woman Centre, Wigan Providing a welcoming facility for all ages, including events, social activities and professional support in order to see lives and communities changed. Compassion in Action, Wigan Meeting the needs of people in crisis and giving hope to the most vulnerable in our society.