Celebrating success and achievement

Posted on 24th October, 2012

Chairman, Mark Taylor, and Chief Executive, Iain Tulley, once again presided over a packed ceremony in the Ballroom at Wonford House to present the 2012 achievement awards. The event coincided with World Mental Health Day and was also the tenth year of the awards.  As ever the judges were amazed and impressed by the standard of entries.  What stood out particularly, as the NHS faces the biggest changes in its history, was that our staff achieve amazing things and demonstrate outstanding commitment to deliver a first-rate public service. The Board decided to present two special awards this year, for outstanding bravery and outstanding commitment. Congratulations to all our finalists and winners, and thank you to all those who nominated them. All our winners received a certificate and a gift in recognition of their achievements. Click the headings below for more details:

  • Anything’s Possible – award for change and innovation
  • Raising Standards – award for excellence in delivery of care and support
  • Working Together – award for partnership working
  • Making a Difference – award for special qualities
  • Working Behind the Scenes – award for some of our unseen and unsung heroes
  • Developing Potential – award for supporting people to learn and develop
  • Special Board Award for Outstanding Bravery
  • Special Board Award for Outstanding Commitment 
  • Lifetime Achievement