Surrey Care Awards 2023
THANK YOU so much to all our guests, finalists, winners, sponsors, suppliers and our incredible host Judi Love for such a wonderful night!

Event photos can be found here.
Photobooth photos can be found here.
A link to event videos will be shared soon.

The list of winners can be found in the "Awards & Winners" section below. Once again congratulations to all our nominees, finalists and winners!

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

Thank you,

The Surrey Care Awards Team
Host of SCA Awards 2023
Awards & Winners!
Thank you to everyone who nominated! We are excited to share our winners below.
Care Home of the Year: Appleby House, (Care UK)
Nursing Home of the Year: Jubilee House, (Care UK)
Home Care Provider of the Year: Home Counties Carers
Supported Living Provider of the Year: Active Prospects


Innovation in Practice: Older People’s Services: The Recreation & Wellbeing Team, Princess Christian Care Centre (Nellsar)
Service User/ Residents Involvement Champion: Celia Milton, Limegrove, (Anchor)
Family Engagement Champion: Angela Pritchard (Trinity)
Innovation in Practice: Working Age Adult’s Services: Big Life Opportunities Team, Peak15
Innovation in Workforce Recruitment & Retention: Birtley House


Care Worker of the Year: Care/Nursing Home: Lubomira Trnkova, Ashton Manor Nursing Home (Beritaz Care)
Care Worker of the Year: Home-Based Care: Louise Young, Guardian Angel Carers
Care Worker of the Year: Supported Living/ Supported Housing/Day & Community Services: Kylie Palmer, Peak15
Registered Manager of the Year: Jagpal Singh, Liberham Lodge (Care UK)
Unsung Heroes: Cosmin Cristea, Princess Christian Centre (Nellsar)
Team of the Year: Small/Medium Provider: The Housekeeping Team, Rivermead Court Care Home
Team of the Year: Large Provider: Cheyne Walk, (Active Prospects)

 Special Recognition Award:
Care Team, County Care Independent Living
Latest News & Updates
15th November 2023
“This work is so close to my heart”
Judi Love hosts her first Care Awards and shares her admiration for the sector
The Surrey Care Awards 2023: 100+ entries and 65 finalists

Loose Women Presenter, celebrity, former care worker and fabulous advocate for those working in social care; Judi Love has lived and breathed the sector.
Addressing over 60 social care professional award finalists at The Surrey Care Awards 2023, said Judi: “This work is so close to my heart. What other job do you get to really make a difference to someone’s every day? It’s tough. But so worth it.”

Judi, who was wearing a green evening dress at the event in support of calls for a sustainable Adult Social Care sector added: ‘From someone who has used the service, worked for the service and have signposted people to you, I’d like to say: thank you so much, truly from the bottom of my heart.’

The Awards recognised outstanding professional care given to thousands in Care Homes, Home Care, Nursing Homes, Supported Living and Learning Disability services throughout Surrey.
Added Judi: ‘Tonight, we have seen some people who are at the Top. Of. Their. Game. We know you are working with vulnerable people on a minimal budget, and somehow you manage to make so much of a difference in people’s lives.
But sometimes, people working in it don’t always get the thanks they deserve. These awards I hope, give you a bit of that much needed recognition. We see you and we love you to pieces!’

Said Lucinda and Matthew Kulupka, co-founders of Home Counties Carers who won Home Care Provider of the Year: ‘Finding and embracing the joy in our work is so important to us, and we place great value on each team member, recognising and fostering their contributions. This award serves as a perfect affirmation of our team's commitment.’
Host of SCA Awards 2023
We'd like to say a huge thank you to those who sponsored our event. Without our sponsors, the event wouldn't be possible!
To everyone who attended the awards!

For any questions, please contact [email protected]

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