Inspirational members of the Armed Forces Community who were injured or fell ill in service, have been named as the winners of the Endeavour Fund Awards, recognising their determination to recover, help supporting others and achieving excellence in their sport or adventurous challenge.
The awards are held annually to celebrate the achievements of those injured in service and recognise the fortitude needed to take the next steps in their lives.
Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, attended the ceremony to meet the inspiring winners and nominees from the life-changing Endeavour Fund work.
Presented by the Lord Mayor, to the individual who has best utilised their endeavour to promote and catalyse their recovery, was presented to Danny Holland from Mission Motorsport. And a second congratulations to Danny on his engagement!!! What an amazing proposal, and we’re happy to have the future Mr & Mrs Holland here tonight.
Presented by The Duchess of Sussex, this award was given to the individual who has achieved excellence in their chosen sport or adventurous challenge. The winner of this award was Lee Spencer, Lee now holds a total of 4 Guinness World Records. Unfortunately Lee was unable to join us tonight, but his wife collected the award for him.
Community Impact Award
The brand-new award for 2020 was the Community Impact Award. Presented by Ross Kemp, this award is to recognise the team that has contributed the most to their community and made a positive impact on those around them. The winner of this award was Superhero Tri!
The Henry Worsley Award
The Henry Worsley Award is presented to the individual who has best inspired others through the demonstration of determination in the face of adversity, whilst endeavouring to support others with their recovery through sport or adventurous challenge. This was presented by The Duke of Sussex and Max Worsley, to Tom Oates from Deptherapy.