THERE is still plenty of time to nominate your colleagues as part of  Worcestershire's Health and Social Care Awards 2023.

The Worcester News is delighted to host its annual awards once again, which recognise the hard work of those in the health and social care sector

Worcestershire's Health and Social Care Awards - now in its third year of running - recognises care home workers, nurses, doctors, dentists, mental health workers, and domiciliary care workers.

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The Worcestershire's Health and Social Care Awards will run across all of its local titles and websites – Worcester News, Malvern Gazette, Evesham Journal, Bromsgrove & Droitwich Advertiser, Kidderminster Shuttle and Redditch Advertiser and is in partnerships with the University of Worcester.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Some of last years finalists. Some of last years finalists. (Image: NQ)There are 12 categories, meaning 12 awards are up for grabs for those who have shown outstanding contributions in their sector.

Worcester News looks forward to reading this year’s nominations and sharing their wonderful stories.

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The 2023 awards will culminate in a black-tie dinner for all the finalists at the Abbey Hotel in Malvern on Thursday, September 14, where the winners will be announced.

Regional editor Stephanie Preece said: "As these awards have grown over the past few years, we have been humbled by the stories we have been told.

"Each nomination represents a special person or team whose work truly makes a difference to those that they care for.

"We are truly blessed to have such hard-working, dedicated and talented professionals in our communities, and these awards seek to shine a light on the health and social care workers in Worcestershire who go the extra mile. We hope they will show our great appreciation for the work that they do.

"As the nominations come in, we look forward to sharing their stories and creating a permanent record of all those incredible achievements."