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Four Seasons win at the Scottish Care Awards

The Scottish Care Annual Conference and Gala Awards Dinner took place at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow and Four Seasons were delighted to be recognised in 3 different categories.

The Care Awards Gala Evening is a very special opportunity to celebrate the effort and achievement of staff in our Care Homes. Four Seasons were one of the main sponsors of the event hosted once again by Michelle McManus. This year’s ceremony had a record crowd attending, and it was a fantastic evening of discussion and celebration.

Four Seasons were recognised in 3 separate categories. Sharon Crawford, Home Manager at Clyde Court in Glasgow was runner up in the Management and Leadership Award. Yvette Rogers, Care Quality Facilitator (CQF) for the Lothian Region was runner up for the Training and Development Award.

Finally Charlie Doolan, 100 years old and resident at North Merchiston Care Home in Edinburgh was the overall winner of the Resident Achievement Award. Charlie is the Guiness World Record Holder for being the oldest person to own a football season ticket. Charlie follows his favourite club “Heart Of Midlothian” and still attends games when he is able. He is pictured alongside his two daughters in the first picture above.

John Kirk, Managing Director for Scotland said: “I was absolutely delighted to see two members of Team Scotland as well as one of our residents, recognised at such a prestigious event. We had 30 guests join us on the night and everyone had a fantastic time celebrating the success of those nominated.”

  • First picture, resident achievement award: Anne Marie McKeich, Lothians Regional Manager; Michelle McManus, Celebrity Presenter; resident Charlie Doolan; Mike Heard, Home Manager at North Merchiston Care Home; Charlie’s two daughters; John Kirk, Managing Director Scotland.
  • Second picture, Management and Leadership Award: Sharon Crawford, Home Manager seen standing second from right.
  • Third picture, Training and Development Award: Yvette Rogers Care Quality Facilitator (CQF) for The Lothian Region pictured standing third from right.

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