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FREDIE Award Archive – 2020

The Winners from the 2020 FREDIE Awards


NCFD FREDIE Awards 2020 – celebrating the very best champions of Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement!

The NCFD Team would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who attended the event – once again the crowd and your energy and enthusiasm was phenomenal.

Make sure you check out our full list of Award winners and the 2020 Top 100 Index – congratulations to all those who were nominated as well as our Award winners. Your passion and commitment to Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement is unwavering and inspiring to us all – keep up the hard work and continue to be the trendsetters, rule-book breakers and thought leaders that you are.

Don’t forget to take a look at our gallery of photos – you might just spot yourself or your colleagues!

We look forward to seeing you at our next event…

Enjoy the highlights
Watch some of the highlights from the 2020 FREDIE Awards Ceremony.
2020 FREDIE Awards Winners
Congratulations to all the winners and all the hard work they have put into their EDI efforts throughout the year, and congratulations to all the runners-up as well.
Most Inspiring Individual of the Year
Steve Whitmore, Metropolitan Police Service
Resources/Procurement Manager of the Year
Richard Thickpenny, ACH
School or Academy of the Year
Oasis Academy Foundry
Student Union of the Year
University of Sunderland Students' Union
Housing Provider of the Year
Port of Leith Housing Association
NCFD Advisor of the Year
Caroline Wells
Board Member/ Director of the Year
Michelle Park, Together Housing Group
Board or Senior Leadership Team of the Year
Oasis Academy Hobmoor
Diversity Steering Group of the Year
Eiffage Kier
EDI Lead of the Year
Erika Montgomery, Huddersfield New College
Employee of the Year
Jamie Morgan-Green, Halesowen College
HR Director/ Manager of the Year
Louise Fort, The NOCN Group
Large Business of the Year
GallifordTry Highways
Managing Director/Chief Executive of the Year
Duncan Elliott, GallifordTry Highways
Most Improved Organisation of the Year
VolkerWessels UK
Most Innovative EDI Initiative of the Year
Cardiff and Vale College
Principal of the Year
Angela Williams, Huddersfield New College
Small to Medium Business of the Year
The NOCN Group
Further Education Provider of the Year
Huddersfield New College
Charity of the Year
Red Rose Sports Club
Engineering Company of the Year
VolkerWessels UK
Transportation Organisation of the Year
Transport for Greater Manchester
Construction Company of the Year
GallifordTry Highways
Financial Services Company of the Year
Leeds Building Society
Organisation of the Year
Huddersfield New College
The NCFD Top 100 Index 2020
Congratulations to the Top 100 Most Inclusive Companies for 2020.
Huddersfield New College
Steps to Work
John Ruskin College
Newham Training and Education Centre
Red Rose Sports Club
Oasis Academy Foundry
Austhorpe Primary School
Richard Taunton Sixth Form College
Port of Leith Housing Association
Carlton Junior and Infant School

11. GallifordTry Highways
12. Cardiff and Vale College
13. Hadlow College
14. Horton Housing
15. Prospects
16. Leeds Building Society
17. London Skills & Development Network
18. Oasis Academy Hobmoor
19. Trust Housing Association
20. Association of Colleges
21. Central Training Group
22. Wellington School Timperley
23. Halesowen College
24. West Midlands Combined Authority
25. Myerscough College
26. Eiffage Kier
27. Oasis Academy Warndon
28. Oasis Academy Watermead
29. New Collaborative Learning Trust
30. The NOCN Group
31. New College Durham
32. The Sixth Form College, Solihull
33. Transport for Greater Manchester
34. Truro and Penwith College
35. HCT Group Learning Centre
36. Babcock Skills and Learning
37. City Health Care Partnership38. Ongo
39. Victim Support40. VINCI Construction UK
41. Milton Keynes College
42. Squared
43. Bradford Cyrenians
44. Depaul UK
45. West Kent & Ashford College
46. PTS Ltd
47. Zeno Limited
48. Leeds City College
49. Heart of Worcestershire College
50. Dorset Advocacy
51. University of Sunderland Students’ Union
52. Barnet and Southgate College
53. Link Group
54. Sheffield Media and Exhibition Centre
55. Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

56. MSV Housing
57. Yorkshire Building Society Group
58. South Lanarkshire College
59. RNN Group
60. Royal Trinity Hospice
61. Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College
62. Anglia Care Trust
63. University of Stirling Students’ Union
64. Inclusion Housing
65. Cardiff University Students’ Union
66. Kier Highways Ltd
67. Handsworth Primary School. 68. Pobl Group. 69. Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service
70. Bath Spa Students’ Union
71. Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice
72. Scantec
73. Kent Fire and Rescue Service
74. VolkerWessels UK
75. Sport England
76. Durham Students’ Union
77. Linkage Community Trust
78. Newham College of FE
79. Oxfordshire Fire And Rescue Service
80. Bedfordshire & Luton Fire & Rescue Service
81. Geo Group UK Ltd
82. Shropshire Fire & Rescue Service
84. CCP – Caring for Communities and People
85. Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College
86. Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union
87. Keller Ltd
88. Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
89. Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group
90. Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service
91. VINCI Construction Grands Projets
92. Linc Cymru Housing Association
93. James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
94. Bauer Technologies
95. Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
96. NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group
97. HMP Feltham
98. MHS Homes
99. Blue Cross
100. West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

2020 FREDIE Awards Gallery
Enjoy a selection of images from the 2020 FREDIE Award Ceremony.