Queen’s Award for Home Instead Senior Care
PUBLISHED: 17:44 02 February 2017 | UPDATED: 21:33 06 February 2017
HRH’s representative the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs MBE, K.St.J. presented Home Instead Senior Care with the Queen’s Award for innovation at a prestigious ceremony at Macclesfield’s stunning Adlington Hall.
Home Instead Queen’s Award
Adlington Hall in Macclesfield
Alison Broadhurst, Natalia Lewis and Pauline Rabet
Alison Broadhurst, Paul Vickers and Pauline Rabet
Caroline Woodall and Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire
Catharine and Mike Chalton
David and Joanna Moore and Brian Moynihan
Deborah Jones and Katie Furey
Deborah and Martin Jones and Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire
Gail Godson and Sarah Wentworth
Great Organ at Adlington Hall
Group Photo with Stockport and High Peak clients and Caregivers
Home Instead Senior Care's National Office team
John Kirk, Jenny Warren and Andrew van Parys
Keith Lowe, Deanna Vansickel and Tom Robinson
Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs
Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire and Martin Jones
Martin Jones and Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire shake hands
Natalia Lewis, Jeremy Lane and Pauline Rabet
Roger Baumgart, Deanna Vansickel, Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire and Martin Jones
Ruth Brown Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire and Martin Jones
Sarah Singleton and Caroline Kanso
Tapestry in Great Hall
The Queen's Award commemorative bowl
Trevor and Sam Brocklebank with David Briggs
Martin Jones, Managing Director of the homecare company which specialises in dignified quality care and companionship for older people, received an historic scroll and commemorative crystal bowl on the brand’s behalf.
The Queen’s Award is the highest accolade available to UK businesses, and was awarded to Home Instead in recognition of the relationship-led care model it brought to the UK in 2005. It provides 5 million hours of quality care and companionship to older people a year.
Members of its Warrington-based National Office team, joined elderly clients, CAREGivers, office owners from across the county and the UK to mark the momentous occasion, captured in a short film for posterity.