Hallmark celebrates care champions

Icon Photo Media Photography - Hallmark Care Homes Annual Recognition Awards Night and Ball at  Beaumont Estate, Burfield Rd, Old Windsor, Friday 16th September 2016
Iconphotomedia - PICTURE WILL JOHNSTON - 07984 165837Icon Photo Media Photography – Hallmark Care Homes Annual Recognition Awards Night and Ball at Beaumont Estate, Burfield Rd, Old Windsor, Friday 16th September 2016 Iconphotomedia – PICTURE WILL JOHNSTON – 07984 165837

Outstanding employees at Hallmark Care Homes have been recognised at an awards ceremony held in their honour.

The 21 team members across Hallmark Care Homes 15 facilities, which specialise in residential, nursing and dementia care, had their hard work celebrated at the Hallmark Care Homes’ Awards held at The Beaumont Estate in Windsor, Berkshire.

Hallmark Care Homes regional director Kieron Walsh said: “We are extremely proud to recognise our team members who have demonstrated excellence within their field of work. The awards evening was an opportunity to recognise and award those particular employees who go above and beyond and are outstanding in their everyday roles.

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“A fantastic night was had by all who attended the ceremony and I would like to give a huge thanks to our category sponsors: Barclays, Carehome.co.uk, Affinity, Shackletons, Biffa, Bidvest Food Services, Compass Recruitment, Delivernet, DRS, EMI Construction, ENS, Girbau, and Oomph! who helped us to judge all of our amazing finalists.”

The event was jointly hosted by television presenter Eamonn Holmes and Hallmark Care Homes managing director Avnish Goyal.

Team members were recognised for going above and beyond in their care provision across 13 categories ranging from Care Home Team of the Year to Care Chef and Dementia Care Champion.

Hallmark Care Homes is an award-winning care provider established in 1997 with 15 care homes across England and Wales. The operator provides residential, nursing and dementia care.

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