27th March 2014
Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy sponsors the Bath Chronicle Pride Awards 2014.

 Loraine with winner Adam Gretton and Ali Vowles
Loraine with winner Adam Gretton and Ali Vowles

Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy were delighted to sponsor the Bath Chronicle Pride of Bath Awards 2014 in association with BMI Bath Clinic. The annual awards continue to go from strength to strength. The 2014 awards were held at Bath Racecourse over a delightful lunch the awards event was supported by local businesses and was a great success.

We hear a lot about the Big Society these days, but our city has always been enhanced by people who think nothing of doing something for others. These awards are all about thanking them for what they do and giving them the credit they deserve.

The categories recognised people who go above and beyond the call of duty, those who care for others and their communities and those who have been involved in remarkable acts of bravery.

Lynne Fernquest (Editor) at Bath Chronicle 2014 Pride Awards
Lynne Fernquest (Editor) at Bath Chronicle 2014 Pride Awards

Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst MBE said "I was delighted to be asked to support the awards and to have the opportunity to present the Environment Award to a local resident who has done so much for his local environment. Adam Gretton was a worthy winner of this award. The Bath Chronicle Pride Awards are a wonderful way for us to recognise people who do so much for their local community".

The 2014 Categories

Environmental Hero - Sponsored by Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy
Whether it is litter picking, clearing up the community pond or starting a recycling club in school, young people have a role to play in helping the environment. This award was about recognising the achievements of those who go the extra mile to improve their surroundings or highlight green issues.

Carer of the Year – sponsored by Action for Hearing Loss
There are so many carers in our society, looking after sick or disabled relatives, neighbours or friends. There are people who do caring things for others, shopping for the elderly, giving their time to help those less fortunate, or putting themselves out for the good of their community.

Community Champion of the Year – sponsored by St Marks School
There are many people who give up their time to work to make a difference in their community. From people who volunteer in local organisations to those who pick up litter or maintain public green spaces. They are special individuals who make their neighborhood a better place to live in. This award aims to celebrate their achievements and thank them for the time they have put in.

Heroic Act of the Year – sponsored by St Gregory’s Catholic College
This special award will be given to an individual of any age who has responded to an immediate need and significantly affected the life or lives of others. For example, someone who has rescued a person from a dangerous situation or shown immense courage to help another in difficulty. It could be someone who has showed tremendous heroism in an emergency, or someone who is incredibly brave in the face of adversity.

Charity Fundraiser of the Year – sponsored by Moore Stephens Accountants
There are many people in our communities struggling for the basic necessities of life. Our charity fundraiser or volunteer will work tirelessly to enable the provision of support and services for a charitable cause. This award recognises people who have made an exceptional effort to advance the profile and raise funds for a particular concern. This volunteer will give their time freely and could be a charity shop worker, a parent who helps run a reading scheme in school or someone who braves all weathers to stand on the streets to collect cash for local appeals.

Young Person of the Year – sponsored by Sirona Care & Health
People can be quick to put young people down. There are many remarkable youngsters in the community who deserve to be recognised. From high achievements at school, to charity work or helping in the community, these youngsters work hard. We are looking for a young person under the age of 18 who has done something inspirational and who deserves recognitions.

Public Sector Hero – sponsored by Geometry PR
Do you know a teacher, council worker, or librarian who deserves recognition for the selflessness they have shown beyond the call of duty? Do you know a fantastic firefighter, police officer, ambulance worker or someone from another public service?

GP or GP Practice of the Year – sponsored by The Bath Clinic
We are looking for a GP or a GP practice in Bath and north east Somerset that stands out for the level of care they provide. Have you received great service? Has a doctor or practice nurse gone above or beyond the call of duty, or has the receptionist always greeted you with a smile and a friendly word? This award recognises the contribution of everyone in the GP practice to provide a good service to patients or a GP who has gone the extra mile when treating you or someone you know.


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