Active Prospects celebrates at annual Star Awards

Active Prospects celebrated their annual Star Awards 2022 on 7th July, held at Hartsfield Manor near Reigate.

Every year, these awards bring together staff and people we support, to celebrate their amazing achievements.

For the awards this year, over 200 nominations were received for 27 winners across 16 categories. All winners were invited to attend in person, with the event streamed to enable anyone to watch online if they were unable to attend.

The whole evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. With lots of cheering and celebration in the room, it certainly felt electric, and it was amazing to have so many people back in a room together again!

Huge congratulations to all those who were nominated and our winners:

Best New Service or Initiative:

  • Lou Launchbury (for Seokia)
  • Copthorne Road

Best New Staff Member / Volunteer

  • Leanne Stammers
  • Martin Kwaira

Most Active People

  • Brittany Woodroffe
  • Peter Perconi
  • Barry Taylor
  • Sunil Bhola

Most Aspiring People

  • Anthony D’Aloia
  • Sarah Parkes
  • Simon Robson

Most Enabling People

  • Kieran Kitchin
  • Robert Stronge

Most Aspiring Staff Member

  • Tammy Norris
  • Shelia Bisarra
  • Colin Jarrett

Most Aspiring Staff Team

  • Aspiring Prospects

Most Aspiring Volunteer

  • Matthew Leadbeater

Most Caring Staff Member

  • Cesar Patiten
  • George Sarfo-Duah
  • Keeley Stone

Most Enabling Staff Team

  • Maintenance Team

Most Transformative Team

  • Gloucester Road

Most Valuing Assistant Manager

  • Charlotte Clarke

Most Valuing Manager

  • Chris Lloyd

Equity Diversity & Inclusion

  • Angela Wildy

Wellbeing

  • David Asante

Special Award (for long-serving staff who are retiring)

  • James Dewa

Active Living Award

  • Boom Tennis
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