Shining Stars 2011
Shining Stars awards 2011
What is Shining Stars?
Shining Stars is one of the highlights of the Adults and Communities calendar. It is our way of celebrating and rewarding the work of our staff, service users, carers and volunteers for the part they play in helping to provide positive outcomes for adults in Birmingham.
Nominations took place during May - June, the judging panel met in July and the finalists awards ceremony took place on Friday 2 September 2011 at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in the Marquee (Jaguar Suite).
Shining Stars Award Winners 2011
The winners of Shining Stars 2011 are listed below. Congratulations to all finalists for their fantastic achievements.
A special thanks goes out to our guest speaker Tommy Godwin, double bronze Olympic medalist for cycling in the 1948 Olympics. Tommy delivered an inspirational speech and held an interesting Q&A session. Thanks to the Lord Mayor, Councillor Anita Ward who presented awards to winners along with Councillor Sue Anderson, Stephen Hughes and Tommy Godwin.
A thank you to our sponsors
Thanks to our sponsors who’s sponsorship made this event possible. Thanks also to all the organisations who donated prizes for the Lord Mayor’s Charities. We raised a staggering £679.00.
Click here for more information about sponsors and donators.
Shining Stars 2011 winners and runners up
Winner: Elizabeth Smallman
Runner up: Mavis McAlear
Delivering Dignity in Care Award
Winner: Shakti Day Centre Team
Runner up: Occupational Therapy Service
Winner: Janis Deakin
Runner up: Rose McCann
Employee of the year Award
Winner: Naz Khan
Runner up: Catherine Dowd
Manager of the Year Award
Winner: Sally Jellis
Runner up: Zakia Bouyis
Team Success Award
Winner: Quality Monitoring Team
Runner up: The Home Care Service
Working in Partnership Award
Winner: Third Sector Partnership Team
Runner up: The Kenrick Enablement Project Team
Innovative Delivery in Times of Change Award
Winner: STaR (Support Time and Recovery) Service
Runner up: The Opportunities Fair Planning Team
Health, Wellbeing and Independence Award
Winner: The Norman Power Centre Community Links Team
Runner up: Bharosa Domestic Abuse Service
Adult Learner of the Year Award
Winner: Michael Woodward
Runner up: Audrey Lindsay
Belief Excellence Success Trust (BEST) Award
Winner: Transport Operations
Runner up: Yardley Older Adults Team
People's Choice Award
Winner: Elizabeth Smallman
Finally, thanks to all those who have taken the time to nominate for Shining Stars 2011 and thanks to all those who help make Shining Stars happen each year, as without their support we would not be able to deliver this event.
More information and contact details
For more information about Shining Stars 2011, contact the Campaign Communications team.
Phone: 0121 464 3123