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Solihull Together for better lives - Awards Ceremony 2017
Fri 31 March 2017, 13:30 – 16:00 BST
Solihull Together Awards 2017
Book your place today!
It’s time to join the celebrations at the third annual Solihull Together Awards. In January, the call went out for nominations; in February, the judging panel selected the category finalists from more than 100 nominations; now it’s time for you to applaud the finalist and winners.
The Awards Ceremony will take place on Friday March 31, between 1.30pm and 4pm, at the Renewal Conference Centre, Lode Lane, Solihull. The event will start with an opportunity to meet Colleagues and connect with people across Solihull’s local health and care system, over tea and cake.
The Solihull Together Awards are an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals and organisations providing care and support to vulnerable and frail adults in Solihull. This year’s award ceremony will be opened by Cllr Bob Sleigh OBE, Leader of Solihull Council and compered by the Rt Hon Jacqui Smith, Interim Chair of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust.
The Solihull Together Awards were set up and are supported by NHS Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, West Midlands Ambulance Service, Solihull voluntary and community sector, lay members representing people using services, their carers and the wider Solihull community.
On the day, winners will be announced from the shortlisted finalists in the following categories: Care Professional of the Year, Health Professional of the Year, Care Team of the Year, Primary Care Service of the Year, Dementia-friendly service, Collaborative Working, Outstanding Community Project, Outstanding Customer Care, and the first of two new categories, Inspiring Leader award.
The second new category, The Solihull Together Local Hero award will be presented by Chris Willmott, editor of the Solihull Observer, which has supported the awards for the past two years.
And last but not least, the Solihull Together Chairman’s Award will be presented to the individual or organisation that has demonstrated outstanding commitment to improving the lives of frail or vulnerable people in Solihull.
So if you want to be part of the celebrations, reserve your place now! Numbers are limited, so register early to avoid disappointment.
Further information on the awards finalists is available at www.solihulltogether.co.uk. Follow us on twitter @ST4BL.
So what are you waiting for? Book your place NOW!