The winners of the Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards produced by Pathfinder International magazine in association with Hugh James have been revealed.

The number of nominations was huge and of an extremely high standard.

The judging panel have made their decisions and the winners are named below.

Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Individual) in association with CAPSLOCK

Lt Paul Jonathan Holvey (Royal Navy).

Most Outstanding Service Personnel in Lockdown (Group) in association with the Invictus Games Foundation

Reigate Grammar School CCF (Contingent Commander – Lt Andy Pruvost)

Most Outstanding Veteran in Lockdown in association with Hugh James

Mike Taylor

Most Outstanding Charitable Contribution or Gesture in Lockdown in association with Inzpire

Herefordshire Veterans Support Centre at DMWS

Most Supportive Business to the Armed Forces during Lockdown in association with Angel Call Handling

Great Western Railways/The Veterans Charity

Greatest Lockdown Achievement from the Armed Forces community in association with BFBS

Sally Orange for her work with NHS Nightingale Hospital and fundraising events.

Congratulations to all our winners and our shortlisted nominees.

Pathfinder editor, Mal Robinson said: “The judging panel had some difficult decisions to make due to the number of fantastic stories we read about from the forces community and their efforts during lockdown.

I’d like to thank everyone who took time to nominate someone, congratulations to our winners and shortlisted nominees, thanks to the judges for their time and thanks to the sponsors for their support throughout.”

A full summary of the award winners will be published in due course.