The Lord-Lieutenant is the British monarch's representative in each county of the United Kingdom.
Their role includes:
- making the arrangements for all Royal visits to the county
- making the guest list for Royal garden parties
- giving advice on matters concerning the Crown
- giving advice on honours nominations
- presenting honours, such as OBEs, MBEs etc
Lincolnshire's current Lord-Lieutenant is Mr Toby Dennis.
The Lord Lieutenant may appoint a Vice Lord-Lieutenant who will stand in their place if they are absent, sick or unable to act.
The current Vice Lord-Lieutenant is Mr Andrew Clark DL.
Request a Royal visit or message
You can submit a request for a Royal visit via the Lord-Lieutenant's Officer.
The British monarch will send a message to people who celebrate:
- a 100th birthday
- a 105th birthday and each birthday thereafter
- a 60th wedding anniversary
- a 65th wedding anniversary
- a 70th wedding anniversary and each anniversary thereafter
To apply for an anniversary message, email [email protected] or call 01522 552111.
Make an honours nomination
The honours system is for people who have made achievements in public life and commit to serving and helping Britain.
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are for outstanding achievement by UK businesses.
The Queen's Awards for Voluntary Service
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service rewards excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community. They are the equivalent of an MBE.