Awards

At Regal Care Trading we pride ourselves on providing a high standard of person centred and meaningful care.

As a team we continue to research and develop ideas and new iniciatives in our communities and as a group. Taking inspiration from feedback from our Care and Nursing teams, Resients and their families.

Acknowleding and celebrating the Social Care Sector and all those dedicated to provinding good care is something we are proud to be linked with and support.

So when our Communities, Nursing and Care Teams are acknowledged by our peers for what we love to do then we we are humbled, proud and honured.

We are very proud to have won and been part of the below awards;

South East Great British Care Awards 2019

November 2019

On Saturday 9th November we attended the 2019 South East Great British Care Awards which saw over 500 of the very best in social care attend a glittering awards ceremony at The Hilton Hotel, Brighton.

We are proud to in be involved in the awards as their purpose is to promote best practice within both home care and care homes sectors, and pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.

The awards are supported by groups and charities from within the sector which include Care England, The Department of Health, The National Care Forum, The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the Alzheimer’s Society, as well as local authorities and other commercial organisations.

This year we had seven finalists at the awards.

For the first time ever in the South East we were really excited to have our first winner, Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator Helen Couldridge from our Residential Home Alpine in Sevenoaks. A truly dedicated team member of the home the judges said of Helen “We loved the variety of activities Helen had organised! She clearly demonstrated how the residents have a voice in what goes on in their home and how the activities are designed to be special, memorable and empowering for each person.” Helen now goes on to the National Finals in Birmingham on the 20th March.

We are also really proud of our other finalists from our homes across the South East who were recognised for their outstanding excellence in their field of work.

Our other finalists were:

Katy Jordon from our Residential Home The Hollies in Tonbridge Wells who was nominated in the Nutrition Award. Also nominated in this award was Steve Creswick from Alpine.

Alpine had another 5 finalists nominations for Care Team, Gail Sadra was nominated for the Putting People First Awards, Lisa Beal was nominated in the New Comer Award, Jade Hogg was nominated in the Palliative Care Award and Samantha Tolfrey in the Care Home Worker

East Midlands Great British Care Awards 2019

November 2019

On the 1st of November we attended the East Midlands Great British Care Awards which saw over 450 of the very best in social care attend a glittering awards ceremony at The East Midlands Conference Centre. This was only our second time at the awards and this year we were so proud to have in total 5 nominees from 3 different homes in the East Midlands area.

We are really excited to announce that our Acting Manager Lydia Rose Button from our Residential Home in Linden Manor won the New Comer Award.  The Judges said about Lydia “Lydia is a newly promoted manager at only 21 years old. She has been a volunteer in care since she was 14 years old and has overcome reading and writing challenges she had been told she would never achieve. She is passionate, committed, warm hearted. An excellent example of youth talent.”

Our second winner of the night was Elizabeth Johnson from our nursing home Moorlands in Nottingham won the Good Nurse Award. The Judges said about Elizabeth “A dedicated, compassionate nurse who is committed to making an individual’s last days as comfortable as possible. She goes above and beyond to enable people to die with dignity, supporting families, residents and staff through this process.”

Lydia and Elizabeth now go no to the National finals in Birmingham on the 20th March 2020.

We are also really proud of our other finalists;

Raice Cook, Manager from Moorlands who was nominated in the Registered Manager Category.

Also another finalist from Linden Manor was Amanda Morton nominated in the Care Home Carer category.  

Our final finalist was Westland’s Head of Care Michelle ‘Shelly’ Pirie.

We are proud to in be involved in the awards as their purpose is to promote best practice within both home care and care homes sectors, and pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.

The awards are supported by groups and charities from within the sector which include Care England, The Department of Health, The National Care Forum, The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the Alzheimer’s Society, as well as local authorities and other commercial organisations.

Kent Care Awards 2019

September 2019

Regal Success at the Kent Care Awards 2019.

A BIG congratulations to all of our Kent homes who we celebrated at the 4th Kent Care Awards on Friday 20th September.

Our teams from across the region attended the glittering gala evening in Maidstone. The evening was a real occasion to celebrate not only our homes and teams in Kent but excellence in the social care industry.

We were really honoured to have a total of 4 finalists from our homes across Kent.

On the night our Head Cook from our Residential Home The Hollies Katherine ‘Katy’ Jordan was announced as the overall winner of the Nutrition Award.

Katy has been at Hollies for 14 years and does more than just ensuring that the residents at The Hollies enjoy freshly prepared Nutritional and tasty menus. She ensures that they are varied, resident led and inclusive of different cultures and religions.  The residents love her and her food!

When the home has themed events Katy always ensures that the catering department joins in. Creating themed menus for Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, Burns Nights and so much more.

Every Birthday is always celebrated with a beautiful homemade cake.

Katy is dedicated to her role within the home and making a difference to the residents who live within the service. Katy now goes on to the South East Regional Finals of the Great British Care Awards.

Our other finalists at the Kent Care Awards were;

Kelly Paddock also from Hollies who was a finalist in the New Comer Award. Kelly always shows an eagerness to learn and develop her skills and knowledge in social care. She has shown that in a short time she is dedicated and passionate about the care she provides to the residents who live at The Hollies and possess a caring and selfless heart!

Helen Couldridge the Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator from Alpine Residential Community in Sevenoaks who was nominated in the Putting People First Personalisation Award. Helen has been a driving force in the implementation of person centred and meaningful social and leisure services at Alpines. Year in, year out she is always finding creative and innovative ways to continue to improve the Leisure Services.

Steve Creswick from Alpine was nominated in the Nutrition Award. Steve is an amazing chef having been in the food industry over 30 years. He ensures he knows our residents and their food likes and dislikes. Steve makes sure our residents get their favourite food and snacks, as well as ensuring the meals are healthy and well balanced. Steve always comes out of the kitchen after lunch to speak to residents and find out if they enjoyed the food

             

Care Home Top 20 Carehome.co.uk Winner 2019

Regal Care Trading are really excited and proud to have won the Top 20 Care Home Group Award from Carehome.co.uk for a third year in row.

At Regal we pride ourselves on the standard of the services we provide throughout our 17 Nursing, Residential and Learning Disability homes in England.

An established and family orientated provider our Company Ethos is reflected in all areas of the services we offer.

We aim to provide a Meaningful Person Centred and Resident Led, Happy and Secure Environment where promoting Independence, Dignity and Individuality is our priority.

Operations Manager Jacqui Gregg says “having the feedback from our residents, their loved one and families means a lot to us. We are always striving to enhance our services further and we love hearing how we are doing. To have this award from Carehome.co.uk which is the leading independent UK Review site is something we are really excited about. This tops of an exciting new period for Regal as we unveiled our new logo and website, cementing our Ethos of Care Centred On Living Life Well”.

 

Finalists at the Health Investor Awards 2019

We are really excited to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalist for this year’s Health Investor Awards 2019.

Nicholas James Care Homes/ Regal Care Trading have been shortlisted in the Social Care sector in the Residential Care Provider of the Year Category. This is the first time we have been announced as a finalist at the Health Investor Awards and we are really honoured to be recognised in this category with our other fellow nominees.

We are looking forward to celebrating at the awards dinner on the 12th June.

Regal Care Trading Celebrates at the East Midlands Great British Care Awards 2018

4th December 2018

Our Residential and Nursing Communities from the East Midlands all descended on the centre of Nottingham on Thursday 8th November to celebrate the Social Care Industry and those who are dedicated to and work within in it.

The event was hosted by Steve Walls and we were entertained by X Factor legend Chico!

With 6 Residential and Nursing Communities in the East Midlands area it definitely was a time to celebrate the achievements of our homes over the last few years. Our Registered Managers and Senior Managers were also there to support our FIRST ever East Midlands Great British Care Awards finalist Adrian Magurianu who was nominated in the Front Line Leader Award. Adrian is an incredible asset to our Residential Community Westland's and he is loved and appreciated by the Residents, his colleagues and his Manager. The home’s Registered Manager Nicola Bale said of Adrian "the residents love him and his compassion and empathy for those he cares for really shines through to everyone who knows him." Well Done Adrian!!!

South East Great British Care Awards 2018 Winners Announced

A great night was had by our Regal Care team on Saturday 3rd of November at the South East Great British Care Awards 2018.

We had 3 finalists at this year’s event. Blenheim House Residential Community in Essex who were nominated in recognition of their commitment to developing relationships with various multi –disciplinary services and teams within their local area.

Our other finalists were Kent Care Award winners Ashcroft House Residential Community in Margate who were finalists in the Care Home Team Award. Ashcroft House Over the years have sought to push boundaries and become innovative in their passion for those living with the dementia. Their work & commitment over the last years has really been a Team effort which has been cascaded from their Regional Manager, who has implemented ideas such as new dementia training and Registered Manager who has recently over seen a new renovation of the home.

We are super proud of the whole Regal team who represented the group on Saturday in a great celebration of the Social Care industry and those who work within it.

Another Great Night for Regal Care Trading Ltd at the Kent Care Awards 2018.

We certainly always look forward to the Kent Care Awards and were delighted this year to have all of our communities in Kent with finalists in 9 categories.

The gala evening was held on the 14th September at the Marriott Hotel in Maidstone.

Ashcroft Residential Community in Margate were announced as the winner of the Kent Care Award 2018 Care Home Team. They were nominated for pushing boundaries and being innovative in their passion for those living with the dementia.  Their work & commitment over the last years has really been a Team effort which has been cascaded from their Regional Manager, Registered Manager, Care Teams and every department. They now go on to the South East Regional Finals of the Great British Care Awards in Brighton.
 
We were also really honoured to have a number of finalists at this year?s awards.

Our Residential Community The Hollies had four finalists in total. Their Registered Manager Gladys Apiado was nominated in the Registered Manager category. Gladys has been the manager of The Hollies Residential Community since 2015 and has helped transform the service with her leadership skills.

Also finalists were Precious Salvador, who was a finalist in the Dementia Carer Category, Yassa Aluthge, who was nominated in the Ancillary Workers Category and Katherine Jordan, who was a finalist in the Nutrition Award. The four finalists awards were well deserved and show what a amazing team there is a the home.

Our Residential Community Loose Court in Maidstone had 2 finalists. Olayinka Korede who was nominated in the Care Home Worker category and Bevarly Barton the homes Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator who was nominated in the Care Innovator Award. Both ladies are dedicated and respected members of their communities and were nominated and supported on at the Gala event by their manager Karen Burrows.

Another of our finalists was Helen Couldridge the Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator from Alpine Residential Community in Sevenoaks who was nominated in the Putting People First Personalisation Award. Helen has been a driving force in the implementation of person centred and meaningful social and leisure services at Alpines. She was nominated and supported at the Gala evening by her manager Kim Jones.

Regal’s senior team has also been recognised with Operations and Regional Manager Jacqui Gregg nominated in the Trainer Category and Marketing and Services Development Manager Abigail Draper nominated in the Care Innovator and Putting People First Awards.

As members of the Kent Integrated Care Alliance and with a number of Nursing and Residential Communities in Kent, Regal Care Trading were very proud to both support the Kent Care Awards 2018 and shine a beacon on the Social Care Industry in Kent.

South East Great British Care Awards 2017

Regal Care Trading had great Success at the South East Regional Great British Care Awards! In total as a group we had 8 finalists in 8 different categories, our highest number of nominations ever.

Our nominees attended the glittering Gala evening on the 11th of November, held at the Hilton in Brighton. The Black Tie event was an evening of celebrating and recognising the achievements of the Social Care Industry in the South East.

Congratulations to our Residential Community Alpines in Sevenoaks who were nominated and finalists in three Categories. The team as a whole were nominated in the Care Home Team of the year Category. Another of the home's finalists was Gail Sadra who was nominated in the Putting People First Personalisation Award and Cath Bulling who was a finalist in the Dignity in Care Award.

Another of our finalists was Shelly Wesley, from our Residential Community, The Hollies in Tonbridge Wells who had already won the Kent Care Awards Dementia Carer of the year and was nominated as a finalist. Another finalist from The Hollies was Ana Rusa who was nominated as a Care Home Care Worker.

Congratulations also for our Residential Community Park Beck who had an impressive 3 finalists. The Homes Manager Steve Cooper was a finalist in the Care Home Registered Manager category, the home's Deputy Manager, Donna Lahmouddi was a finalist in the Palliative Care award and Michelle Holmes, the homes Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator was nominated as a finalist in the Activity Coordinator Award.

As a group we are extremely proud and honoured to have been recognised by the Great British Care Awards and to have been part of a celebration of Social Care in the South East.

Kent Care Awards 2017

A number of our team were nominated finalists at the second Kent Care Awards which were held at the Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone on the 29th September.

The Gala evening was a fantastic and well deserved way to celebrate all that is positive about the Social Care Industry in Kent.

We were very honoured and excited that Senior Health Care Assistant Shelly Westley from our Residential Community The Hollies in Tunbridge Wells was announced at Dementia Carer of the Year. This means that Shelly will now progress to the Regional Finals of the Great British Care Awards in Brighton later on in the year.

Our other finalists on the night came from our Residential Community Ashcroft in Margate. Del Brown was for the second year running nominated for regional manager of the year and also their Head Cook Jane Thompson, who was nominated for Cook of the year.

Also finalists in the Care Team Award of the year was our Residential Community in Sevenoaks Alpine.

The recognition from the Kent Care Awards and KiCA is again a testament to our continued ethos of striving to provide person centred care in our Nursing and Residential Communities throughout Kent; where our resident's smiles are our reward.

London Regional Great British Care Awards 2016

Heather Campbell was a finalist at the London Regional Finals in The Care Home Worker Category.

Heather from Loose Court Residential Home in Maidstone is passionate about her job; the home's Manager Karen Burrows had this to say, "Heather, she is one of our senior carers. Heather always goes that extra mile and gives 100% at all times."

Held on the 28th November at the Marriott Hotel in London the Gala evening was a chance to celebrate and give recognition to Social Care Industry.

Nicholas James Care Homes Ltd and Regal Care Trading Ltd were proud to have three nominees overall and be named overall winners in two categories.

Yorkshire & Humber Care Awards 2016

An award winning and glamourous occasion for Regal Care Trading and St Catherine's Nurse Wendy Coyle.

In December Regal Care Trading and St Catherine's Nursing Home Nurse Wendy Coyle won the Nurse Award at the Regional Finals of the Yorkshire & Humber Care Awards 2016. This meant that Wendy was then shortlisted for the finals of the Great British Care Awards which were recently held at the Birmingham ICC.

Being a Regional and National Finalist in such a well fought category is something that Regal Care Trading is very proud to recognise and celebrate Wendy's Achievements. Her compassionate, experienced, professional and caring nature stood out from the other nominees and led to her winning and becoming a National Finalist.

Well Done Wendy!

Kent Care Awards October 2016

Care Homes throughout Kent were invited to nominate in 12 Categories. The Gala Award Evening was held on the 7th of October at the Ramada Hotel in Dover and was organised by Kent Integrated Care Alliance (KiCA)

Regal Care Trading Ltd were successful in having 4 finalists in 9 out of the 10 Categories that were available to us. We were proud to be named overall winners in 1 of these categories; in total we took home 5 awards on the night.

Our Senior Carer Heather Campbell from Loose Court Residential Home in Maidstone won the overall award for the Care Home Worker 2016. Heather and all our other nominees were shortlisted and then had to go through an interview process which determined the winner of the category. As a winner Heather will now be entered in to the finals of the regionals of the Great British Care Awards

Our team are extremely proud of winning their awards especially in the categories that they were nominated.

All of our homes and their teams throughout Kent strive to lead the field in their professions ensuring we provide meaningful and person centred care of a high standard. Our success and recognition at the inaugural Kent Care Awards 2016 shows our commitment to upholding our ethos.

Categories

The Care Home Worker Award
Loose Court Residential Home, Heather Campbell Position- Administrator- WINNER

The Care Home Registered Manager Award Ashcroft Residential Home, Del Brown Position; Ashcroft Manager- Finalist

The Ancillary Worker Award- Loose Court-Jo Scannell Position: Head of Domestic- Finalist

The Care Innovator Award Jacqui Gregg- Position: Regional Manager- Finalist

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