What are the Cubitt Awards?
The Cubitt Award is a way of Branches, Centres and The Pony Club honouring those that have passed the landmark of at least twenty years of voluntary help to the Organisation.
In 1987, Patrick Langford, a past Pony Club Chairman, suggested that there should be a special award for those special people who volunteer so much of their time and energy. Subsequently, The Pony Club Council created the Cubitt Award in 1988 and it is named after the late Hon. Guy Cubitt, a former Chairman of The Pony Club (1945 to 1970).
How are people nominated for a Cubitt Award?
Any Branch committee member, Centre Proprietor, Centre Coordinator or Company Member can nominate a volunteer for a Cubitt Award - just fill out the form below. The nomination is then ratified by the Area Rep and the Chairman of The Pony Club.
A Cubitt Award luncheon is held biennially, where all ratified nominees are invited receive their badge and certificate. Details on the next Cubitt Award presentation will be listed here once available.
Cubitt Bar Awards
Cubitt Bar Awards are awarded to anyone who has volunteered for more than 30, 40 or 50 years. Nominations can be made by downloading the form below.