This year’s New Year’s Honours for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans (LGBT) community, voted for by the readers of THEGAYUK magazine for the heroes that have helped, supported or fought for the LGBT Community in 2014.

Thousands of people nominated and voted for 24 individuals, companies and organisations, which have contributed, to the community in eight categories.

Adam Lambert, ASDA and the Naked Rowers are just some of the big names that have won the admiration of voters. Amongst those recognised were George Montague, the self-proclaimed ‘Oldest Gay In The Village’ who has just released a book about nine decades of being gay in Britain.

This is the third year that TheGayUK has run the New Year’s Recognition, deemed to be the gay New Year’s Honours, however 2014/15 is the first year in which members of the public were invited to nominate and then vote for anyone, any company or organisation they deemed to have aided the LGBT community in the previous year. Thousands of people took the opportunity to nominate and then vote on their heroes.

The eight categories are: Entertainment, Education, Community Project, Politics, Activism and Awareness, Sports, Health and Businesses.

Full list of winners:

Education:
LGBT History Month

Entertainment
Adam Lambert

Community Project
Proud 2 Be

Advertisements
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Politics
Angela Eagle

Activism and Awareness
Peter Tatchell & George Montague (Tied)

Sports
Warwickshire Naked Rowers

Health
London Lesbian And Gay Switchboard

Business Of The Year
ASDA