Last chance to book your ticket for the Great Practice Awards

17 January 2020

Voting is now closed for the Great Practice Awards and the results are in! The awards will be handed out Wednesday 22 January from 5.30pm at the Watershed in Bristol. Join us on the night to celebrate the amazing work that is happening all over the city to change the system and make it better for our most vulnerable citizens.

The Golden Key partnership is bringing about change at every level for Bristol citizens with the most complex needs. The Great Practice Awards 2020 reflect this aspiration, celebrating the work of individuals, organisations and networks that are creating systemic change across the city.

Awards night - Book your ticket now!

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Watershed on 22 January 2020 (5.30-7pm). Each winner will be presented with their award by Deputy Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Asher Craig.

To attend the awards ceremony please book your free ticket here.

 

Nominations have come in from all over Bristol and we are pleased to present our amazing nominees for all six categories:

(To learn more about each category please follow this link.)

Inspiring Learning Award

Bridging Gaps
Helen Roper
Bristol Refugee Rights and Bristol Hospitality Network
The Practitioner’s Forum
Design in the Public Sector
Bristol Refugee Rights

PIEoneering Change Award

Louise Wratten
The West of England Hearing Implant Programme
Matt Burton
1625 Independent People
Jo Davies

Developing Trust Award

John Summerill
Alex Bowsher and Bex Ashton
Tracey Tudor
Sarah Dickenson
Sophie Wilsdon

Cultivating Change Award

Paula Ratcliffe
Lisa Murfin
Alison Comley

Independent Futures Award

Bridging Gaps
Annette Parsons
Tracey Harvey
BNSSG Clinical Commissioning Group

System Change Hero Award

Karl Durrant
Zoe Short
Lisa Murfin
Chris Green​

Join us on Wednesday 22 January to find out more about their amazing work and cheer the winners as we reveal who they are. Book your ticket now!

By shining a spotlight on what is working well, we can all learn together and begin to improve the system as a whole.