2nd June 2018
Worcester’s Monday Night Club receives highest honour from the Queen
This year’s record number of Queen’s Award awardees are a powerful testimony to the remarkable achievements and innovative ideas which characterise volunteering in the UK. They prove that, more than ever, volunteers beavering away at grassroots level are the active lifeblood of our communities, identifying all kinds of problems and issues and tackling them with enthusiasm, talent and a high degree of success.The recipients of the Queen’s Award are at the very top of a formidable volunteering movement in the UK involving millions of our citizens, and going from strength to strength.
19th May 2018
Laura Gill and her mother, Helen Gill, attend the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle
Our founder member Laura Gill and her mother Helen attended the Royal Wedding at Windsor Castle today.
‘I could not believe I was invited!’ Laura said, ‘Why me? This is the most exciting thing that has ever happened. I can’t wait to see the children, George and Charlotte, all dressed up.’
In fact they saw more than that! All the members of the Royal Family that attended the wedding, plus many celebrities walked close by to where they were standing. Laura’s favourites were James Blount, James Corden and Victoria Beckham. Helen’s most exciting moment was taking a close-up photo of George Clooney.
18th May 2018
Read Laura’s Story on the BBC News website
17th May 2018
Laura Gill makes the front page of BBC News online! ‘We’re off to the royal wedding’
9th April 2018
Laura Gill is invited to the Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle on 19th May 2018
The Lord Lieutenant of Worcestershire selected Laura Gill as one of six people form Worcestershire to attend the Royal Wedding. She was nominated on the strength her contribution to the local community.
9th June 2016
Laura Gill wins Worcestershire’s Health and Wellbeing Volunteer of the Year 2016.
Our founder and Chair of Trustees has won a distinguished award as the top volunteer in Worcestershire who gives support to vulnerable people in our communities. She was awarded the honour not only for her work with The Monday Night Cub, but also her work with Speakeasy NOW.
The award was presented to Laura at the Celebrating Volunteers event at The Hive, during Volunteer’s Week by Tony Miller, Chair of Worcestershire County Council.
These are the reasons in full why she received the award.
15th February 2016
Point of Light
Laura Gill has won a Prime Minister’s Point of Light Award!
A national award for volunteering has been awarded to Laura Gill, the founder member of The Monday Night Club. She received the award for her hard work organising The Monday Night Club and also for her work with Speakeasy NOW, Worcestershire’s self-advocacy organisation for people with learning disabilities – she is the Chair of Worcestershire People’s Parliament and a Health Checker.
14 October 2015
Our music videos project makes the news in Worcester and beyond. We premiered our videos in front of an audience in The Swan Theatre with VIP guests The Mayor and Mayoress of Worcester, Cllr Roger and Mrs Freda Knight.
The Mayor of Worcester came to our BIG spring party. Alice in Wonderland re-visited. Some lovely photos were published in the Worcester News.
24 August 2013
20 August 2013
Laura on the ITV News >
20 May 2013
The Monday Night Club Has Got Talent becomes a Film >
23 March 2012
Come to a Party and join our club >