Winners list announced for regional wellbeing awards

The judging panel of the Kent Mental Wellbeing Awards has selected 30 winners who will be invited to a glittering awards event in October.

Hosted by Simon Dolby from Mind in Bexley and East Kent and Nicola Everett, Head of Multimedia at the KM Group, humanitarian Sir Terry Waite will be one of the keynote speakers at the event.

This year in addition to the winners, more than 50 nominees have been awarded Highly Commended status earning a special graphic they can display on website and social media.

Simon Dolby said the judging panel had a very tough job this year due to the high number of quality nominations.

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Here are the full list of winners for the Kent Mental Wellbeing Awards 2023

Sarah Drage of Warriorkind, Save Dave service at Dads Unlimited, Pastoral Care Team at St Edmund’s Catholic School, Trigger-ed, wHoo Cares, William McCormack and 2nd Welling The Scouts, Yetunde Adeola and YOUTH NGAGE KENT, Hollie Brennan and HOPE Community Arts Fund, Emmaus UK in Dover, GD Teen Recruitment CIC, Helen Stilwell of SNAAP, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust for its meditation sessions, Natalie Pavey at Kent Fire and Rescue Service, The Octopus Foundation, Nucleus Arts, Rob Brady 🧠 (MAC), Paul Nolan of CANTERBURY UMBRELLA, The Pavilion Youth and Community Cafe, Rising Sun Boys’ Mentoring Service, Michael Stocker at The Royal Harbour Academy (Upper Site), 21 Together, ABIGAIL’S FOOTSTEPS, Dr Emma Agyekum for her Bexley Menopause Awareness Event, Communigrow, The Community Cupboard, Creative Steph, Counselling Matters Bexley, DadSpaceUK, The Autism Apprentice cic, Deborah Haylett at Revival Food and Mood, Cruse Bereavement Support, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust for its Wellbeing Team.