Solihull Together 2018 Awards open for entries

Written by Cassie Simpson on .

The search is on again for Solihull’s most inspiring and innovative residents, volunteers, health and care professionals.

Now in their 4th year, the annual Solihull Together Awards celebrate outstanding care and support for vulnerable and frail adults across our borough.

Nick Page, Chief Executive of Solihull Council and Chair of the Solihull Together Programme Board explains how these awards are different: “The Solihull Together Awards look beyond the boundaries of individual organisations and communities to celebrate how Solihull as a place is working together to support our population.

He continues: “Since we established them in 2015, the Awards have helped to highlight inspiring stories about residents, volunteers, health and care professionals who are working incredibly hard to improve the lives of our frail and vulnerable residents.  As we launch the Solihull Together 2018 Awards I’m looking forward to hearing many more stories of outstanding and innovative work across the borough.” 

There are nine award categories to choose from:

  • Local Hero
  • Care Professional of the Year
  • Health Professional of the Year
  • Care Team of the Year
  • Primary Care Service of the Year
  • Outstanding collaborative working
  • Outstanding community project
  • Outstanding customer care
  • Inspiring leader

Click here for full details about each award category or read our top tips to help you write an eye-catching submission. While you’re planning your nominations, get inspired by previous Award winners and read their stories here.  

Nominations close at midday on Monday 5 February 2018. The winners of the nine categories and the Chairman's Award will be revealed at our Awards ceremony on Thursday 22 March 2018.

If you're ready to submit your nomination, please click here. Good luck and thank you for being part of the Solihull Together 2018 Awards! 

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