Last chance to celebrate our carers
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There are just a few days left to get your nominations in for the prestigious Norfolk Care Awards 2018.
Nominations for the Norfolk Care Awards 2018 close on November 17 – everyone's last chance to celebrate the great care we receive, or the great care a team or service has provided.
Award organisers Tracy Wharvell and Claire Gilbert, from the Norfolk Care Awards team, say: 'We continue to be uplifted and proud of the social care workforce in Norfolk.
'The Norfolk Care Awards are about showcasing the excellent care and great practice across Norfolk.
'Not everyone is cut out to be a care worker; a high calibre, dedicated compassionate person is needed to take on this responsible role. We really do see the best in Norfolk.
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'So nominate your best and be proud to be part of Norfolk's amazing social care community.'
James Bullion, executive director of Adult Social Services at Norfolk County Council, adds: 'It is important to celebrate and share good practice, while recognising the passion and commitment of our care professionals in Norfolk.
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'I would encourage people to put themselves forward, placing high quality care on the map.'
John Bacon, chair of Norfolk Independent Care, says: 'The Care Awards sets Norfolk apart as a great demonstration of how good care can be recognised and valued, and as a celebration of all the great work that is done, day-in and day-out, by our county's committed care workforce. We can all look forward again to a great evening.'
The Norfolk Care Awards are also supported by Gordon Barber Funeral Homes, Cozens-Hardy LLP, City College Norwich, Athena Care, Norse Care, Libby Ferris Flowers, Boots, Ashton Legal and media partner Archant.
The awards evening will take place at Sprowston Manor, Norwich, on February 22, 2018, and will be streamed live to ensure everyone across Norfolk can witness the celebration.
'So, a big thank-you to all the unsung heroes who support people to live their lives. We know there is lot of great practice out there and we think it is time to shout about it,' says Claire Gilbert.
To make a nomination visit www.norfolkcareawards.co.uk