It was the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s OSCARS last night. We’ve put together a few of the highlights from last night in one place. You can see the more on Twitter by following #NottsOSCARS.

Attendees were welcomed by the talented 1912 band.

Staff from across the Trust turned out looking glamorous and in high spirits.

There was much excitement as the award section of the night began.

First award of the night went to Brenda Hardy with the Unsung Hero Award – Non Clinical.

Emma Anderson won the Unsung Hero Award – Clinical

Dr Jo Tedstone Won the Leadership Award.

Innovator of the Year Award went to Wathwood for their Icebreaker Board Game.

Table five with the Oral Health Promotion Team had the best teeth AND the Team of the Year Award – Non Clinical Setting.

The Outstanding Care and Compassion award went to Sue Middleton. This was apparently one of the toughest categories to judge.

Team of the Year Award – Clinical Setting went to Silver Birch Ward.

Eric Wilson was awarded Volunteer of the Year for his fantastic Involvement work in Rampton and across the Trust.

Bridget Ingamells was awarded the lifetime achievement award.

There was a particularly poignant moment at the end of the night as the Chair’s Honorary Award was given to Bridget Dixon, who sadly passed away last year. Her son collected her award.

This year saw the highest number of nominations. It was a truly inspirational evening which highlighted just a fraction of the amazing work and dedicated staff in our Trust.

Last but not least, a huge thanks to those people that brought the whole event together.

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