Solihull Civic Honours

The Civic Honours Awards are a way of recognising the local unsung heroes who go above and beyond to make Solihull a better place.

Solihull Civic Honours Awards in 2021

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision not to hold Solihull Civic Honours Awards in 2021.

The awards are very important to us and we would like to be able to celebrate winners in our usual congratulatory style, which is not going to be possible again this year. We are very sorry but hope that you will nominate someone in May 2022 when we intend to launch the awards again.

Until then we are still very interested in hearing about someone who you think deserves national recognition for all their hard work in their field of work or voluntary service, e.g. an MBE or perhaps a BEM?  Voluntary groups can also be put forward for a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). 

Please contact Andrea Crowther, Honours & Awards Officer, for further details:

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Awards

  • Creative Arts: An individual who has made a significant contribution to the arts in Solihull e.g. visual art, theatre, music, photography or dance
  • Community Involvement: An individual or group who has made a real difference in their community
  • Inspirational Young Person: Someone aged 25 or under who is a real inspiration to their community or who has gained exceptional achievement in their chosen field
  • Making a Difference for Young People: Someone who has given up their time to make a difference for young people in Solihull
  • Sport: A person who has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to promote sport in Solihull
  • Mayor’s Award: Someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the lives of people of the Borough, or who has raised the profile of Solihull regionally, nationally or internationally