About Everyday Heroes
Every day, St John Ambulance is saving lives and supporting your
communities. Yet despite our efforts, we know there are still too
many similar situations happening where first aid response is
missing. The outcomes are not so positive. We need the public's
support to do more across the country and create many more Everyday
Everyday Heroes Awards
The Everyday Heroes Awards 2019 showcased the incredible
impact that St John Ambulance has in society. This is through the
actions of our everyday heroes in local communities, workplaces,
and through young people.
The awards are split into four categories:
- Community Heroes
- Young Heroes
- Workplace Heroes
- Volunteer Heroes
Our Volunteer of the Year Award is included within the
Volunteers Heroes category.
The Everyday Heroes Awards took place on Monday 7
October 2019 at the Hilton London Bankside.
Find out about this year's winners.
This year's host
We’re delighted that Reverend Richard Coles will join us as our
host for the evening for the second year in a row.
Reverend Richard Coles is a musician, broadcaster, and Church of
England priest in the parish of St Mary’s, Finedon,
Northamptonshire. He is dubbed ‘the most famous vicar in Britain’
having been one half of hit band, the Communards, in the 1980s.
The Rev. Coles has featured regularly in TV programmes,
including Celebrity MasterChef, Strictly Come Dancing, and Have I
Got News For You. He also hosts BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live
The Rev. Coles has a particular interest in housing and
communities. He is a Patron of Wellingborough Homes, which
provide social and affordable housing in the borough where he
Everyday Heroes Awards Media Partner
We're also delighted to announce HuffPost UK as our Media
Partner for the 2019 Everyday Heroes Awards.
'We are proud to be St John Ambulance's media partner for the
Everyday Heroes awards. It's so important that we recognise the
people who are trying to make our world a better, more
compassionate place – and in times of hardship, uncertainty and
division, we can all play a part in bringing about change.'
- HuffPost UK