The 2020 Rawabi Holding Awards were presented to Lulwah Al Homoud and David Lloyd OBE on the 27th of February at the Annual Dinner in London.
Archives: Rawabi Holding Awards
The first awards of the Al Rawabi Holding Group prizes for outstanding contribution to Saudi-British relations took place at a ceremony held at the Travellers Club in London on the evening of 23 January.
The Rawabi Holding Award prize-giving event for 2008 was held on 23rd January 2008 at the Institute of Directors. The prizes, for making a significant contribution to promoting Saudi-British relations, were awarded by the donor, Mr. Abdulaziz al Turki (see below for his speech).
The 2009 Reception for the award of the Rawabi Holding Awards was held on 27th January 2009 at the Institute of Directors. Mr. Abdulaziz al Turki, the donor, awarded prizes and inscribed plaques to the winners, Mr. Michael Rice and Mr. William Facey.
The Rawabi Holding Awards were this year awarded to Col. Nigel Bromage and Prof. Nigel Heaton. The event was held on 20th January 2010, as usual combined with the Society’s Annual Dinner, at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall.
Dr. Venetia Porter, curator of Islamic art at the British Museum, has won the award for her past and future achievements in presenting Islamic art, and Saudi art in particular, to the British public. Mr. Robert Lacey’s major book published in 1981 “The Kingdom” was a revelation to the outside world of a Saudi Arabia.
This year’s awards, for making a significant contribution to Saudi–British relations, were presented to Sir Alan Munro and Mr Michael McKinnon.
The winners of the 2013 awards, for making a significant contribution to Saudi–British relations, were The Rt. Hon. Lord Denman (awarded posthumously) and Mr. Peter Harrigan. The awards were presented, on 7th February 2013.
This year’s awards for making a significant contribution to Saudi-British relations were presented, on 5th February, to Sir James Craig and Mr. Michael Field by Mr. Abdulaziz al Turki.
This year’s awards for making a significant contribution to Saudi-British relations were presented, on 11th February, to Andrew Mead and Ionis Thompson.