The High Sheriff Youth Awards made awards to three other exciting projects this year but due to the pandemic these have been delayed. We look forward to hearing about them next year.

The Breck Foundation are setting up their Breck Ambassadors project. This is a volunteer peer-to-peer scheme for young people aged 13-18 in Surrey, whereby 30 Volunteer Police Cadets will be trained to talk in schools to children and young people about staying safe online and the key signs of grooming.

The Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum are developing the Muslim Girls Group based in Surrey Heath. The group will help the girls socialise with those from the same faith and different ethnicities. They will have opportunities to develop as individuals and express themselves on social and health issues. Following a visit to RHS Wisley, they decided to start a gardening project, promoting teamwork and sharing the responsibilities.

At the Annual Celebration event, the guests were treated to a full-on preview of Skin Deep, an educational drama about knife crime, gang culture, racism and violence aimed at Key Stage 4 students. The Solomon Theatre Company, working with Surrey Police, hope to tour this emotional production to schools in Surrey.

Looking forward

Awarded 2021-2022


Past Awards 2021-2022

East Surrey YMCA

Emerge Advocacy

St Peter’s, West Molesey

Relate, West Surrey

east to west

Guildford Shakespeare Company

Matrix Trust

Surrey Young Carers

Freedom Leisure

Surrey Care Trust

Looking forward

Peer Productions


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