I am honoured to be a finalist in the Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friendly Awards 2016.
I am shortlisted for ‘Outstanding Contribution of the Year’ alongside Alzheimer’s Society Wakefield Volunteers (Robert Bird, Sandra Tyrell, Elaine Storey, Beth Brown, Rachel Hale and Sara Hale) and Nick Conrad.
You can read profiles of all the finalists in the ‘Oustanding Contribution’ category here: https://blog.alzheimers.org.uk/inside-the-society/dementia-friendly-awards-2016-meet-the-finalists-for-outstanding-contribution-of-the-year/. The Awards ceremony is on 30 November 2016.
Congratulations @bethyb1886 amazing achievement and thoroughly deserved! @alzheimerssoc #dementia
— Gemma Clay (@GemmaKeoghARC) September 29, 2016
Congrats @bethyb1886 on being selected as a finalist for #DFAwards2016
— Gina Awad BEM (@awad_gina) September 29, 2016
fantastic!!! It’s well deserved
— Lynne Renals-O’Kane (@Tink73purple) September 29, 2016
Huge best wishes from us to friend and colleague @bethyb1886 for her nomination in the 2016 @alzheimerssoc awards. @kateswaffer pic.twitter.com/SnG1fP9XLU
— shibley 🌈 (@dr_shibley) September 30, 2016
Oh wow! Huge congratulations to you @bethyb1886 👏💋👏💋👏 https://t.co/wXi95WMKgj
— Kate Swaffer (@KateSwaffer) September 30, 2016
@beachcomberplus @bethyb1886 @alzheimerssoc @KateSwaffer Congratulations Beth – very worthy nomination
— Rebecca Myers RN MBPsS (@RivkahMiar) September 30, 2016
Well deserved Beth 👏🏽😊
— Chris Roberts. (@mason4233) September 30, 2016
Wonderful news! @bethyb1886 Your nomination is richly deserved Beth. https://t.co/sinZhKplmJ
— House of Memories (@house_memories) October 3, 2016