Norfolk Care Awards 2019 - nominations open soon
< August 2018

Norfolk Care Awards 2019 - nominations open soon

Nominations open on Monday 3rd September 2018 for The Norfolk Care Awards 2019.

Nominations for the 6th Norfolk Care Awards, will open on the 3rd September and close on Friday 16th November.

Norfolk County Council is once again supporting the Awards. An NCC spokesperson said,

"We want to celebrate the great work carried out every day by Norfolk’s carers and care providers. It is important to acknowledge the expertise and commitment of carer workers and we are proud to be sponsoring two awards: the Team Award and the Harold Bodmer Outstanding Achievement Award. We have introduced a special bursary, of £1000, for the winners of the categories we are sponsoring, which is for the further education and training for the award winners and their organisation."

Claire Gilbert and Tracy Wharvell from the Norfolk Care Awards team said

‘It is incredible to think this is our sixth year of putting on this event, which raises the profile of working in care, and supporting people to live their lives. We are humbled and impressed each year when we visit services – there is some great practice in Norfolk. We organise this event to give something back to the sector that we are both extremely proud to be part of. It gives us the opportunity to say a big ‘Thank You’ to all the unsung heroes. This event could not take place without the support of organisations who understand the importance of the work undertaken in social care. We are delighted that Gordon Barber Funeral Homes, Cozens Hardy, UEA, City College Norwich, Athena Care, Norse Care, Libby Ferris Flowers, National Care Association, Norfolk County Council, Ashtons Legal, Anglian Training and Boots recognises the care sector’s fantastic workforce by supporting this event.’

Michelle from Cozens Hardy said ‘Claire and Tracy’s enthusiasm and drive to recognise excellence in the care sector is utterly contagious! These awards offer a wonderful opportunity for local businesses to give something valuable back into their communities’

The awards will take place at Sprowston Manor on Thursday 21st February 2019, and will once again be streamed live to ensure everyone across Norfolk can celebrate with thsoe at the ceremony.

To make a nomination on or after 3rd September visit

The 2019 Norfolk Care Awards have 10 categories:

  • Delivering excellence through learning and development
  • Effective coordination of End of Life care
  • Excellent person centred care and support
  • Excellence in Delivering Dementia Care
  • Collaborative Partnership
  • Motivational leadership
  • Promoting dignity and respect in everyday life or unpaid carer
  • Rising Star
  • Team Award – Together Everyone Achieved More
  • Harold Bodmer Outstanding Achievement Award


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