Gold Award Winner at the Wales Care Awards 2018

Wales Care Awards 2018 celebrated it’s 15th Anniversary on the 19th October at City Hall, Cardiff.

The event has grown into a major highlight in the social care calendar and is an opportunity to honour the remarkable skill and dedication of the wonderful people who work in the sector. The night was a celebration of all that is best about social care and saw our very own stars Kelly Pirotte Head of Learning and Development win the Gold award in the Commitment to Training and Workforce Development category and Maggie Rose Clinical Lead win the Bronze award in the Nurse of the Year category. Congratulations ladies on an outstanding achievement.

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