Volunteers at Arundel Museum have been recognised for their outstanding contributions.
Arundel Museum, in Mill Road, was awarded the Queen’s award for Voluntary Service on Tuesday, October 18, the highest award presented to volunteers by the Queen and the equivalent of receiving an MBE.
The award is given to volunteers who have made an outstanding contribution to the development and propagation of a charity or organisation.
The Lord Lieutenant, Susan Pyper, presented the award to Pauline Carder, chairman of the trustees who accepted on behalf of all the volunteers who contributed to the success and running of Arundel Museum, which is solely run by volunteers.
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