Angel of the Year

Nurses, doctors and health workers are the heartbeat of our community, having dedicated their careers to looking after not only our wellbeing but in many cases saving lives.

This award acknowledges the work of those who provide this vital 24/7 service which can sometimes be carried out under extreme pressure but always with calming reassurance and a caring smile. If you know of a healthcare individual or team you feel deserves special mention, then this is your chance to say thank you.

Nominees

Angel of the Year: Adult Learning Disability Service

A TEAM of three in the Adult Learning Disability Service at St Martin’s Community Centre has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award. Kay Shackleton, Trish Shedwick and Julian Morris have been nominated by Emily Nuttall.

Angel of the Year: Autism Hub

STAFF at the Autism Hub would be worthy winners of the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award, according to Helen Garland.
Her sister, Michelle, moved into a bungalow within the hub at Le Vieux Jardin, Vale, in December and the full time care she

Angel of the Year: Claire Blundell of Guernsey Therapy Group

THE nominator may wish to remain anonymous, but there’s no denying the gratitude and admiration that they have for physiotherapist Claire Blundell of Guernsey Therapy Group, who is up for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

Angel of the Year: Colly Paul

A NURSE who ‘radiates warmth and kindness’ in her dealings with children is a genuine angel, said Niamh Hocking.
Miss Hocking has nominated Colly Paul for the Pride of Guernsey Angel of the Year award, which is sponsored by Ravenscroft.

Angel of the Year: Dr Caroline Yates

‘SIMPLY the best’ is how the nominator of Dr Caroline Yates describes her.

Angel of the Year: Dr Duncan Watt

A DOCTOR whose care has potentially saved a patient’s life twice deserves the Angel of the Year award, said his nominator.
Adam Mourant has put forward Dr Duncan Watt for the Ravenscroft-sponsored accolade.

Angel of the Year: Dr Hamish Duncan

A DOCTOR working at The Medical Specialist Group has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award by Michael and Chrysta Roberts.
They said that Dr Hamish Duncan is a outstandingly highly skilled professional who really cares abo

Angel of the year: Dr Nicola Brink

‘A BLONEY marvel’ was how one nominator described Dr Nicola Brink in putting her forward as Angel of the Year.
The director of public health has received several nominations from people for the Ravenscroft-backed award for her work in helping the isl

Angel of the Year: Dr Ruth Taberner and Cheryl Lowe

‘AN OUTSTANDING TEAM’ is how their nominator describes Dr Ruth Taberner and her secretary Cheryl Lowe.
Elaine Roussel has put the pair forward for this year’s Angel of the Year award, sponsored by Ravenscroft.

Angel of the Year: Dr Susan Wilson

A DOCTOR working at Queen’s Road Medical Practice has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award by Natalie Curtis.

Angel of the Year: Ellen Phillips

A QUEEN’S NURSE has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.
Ellen Phillips, who has been a nurse for more than 30 years, was nominated by her close friend Helen Masterton.

Angel of the Year: Frossard Ward Staff

A HUGE ‘thank you’ to the staff of Frossard Ward has come from the mum of a young patient in the form of a nomination for the Angel of the Year award.
Helen O’Hara has put the ward staff forward for the Ravenscroft-backed award owing to their care

Angel of the Year: Giffard Ward Staff

STAFF of the Princess Elizabeth Hospital’s Giffard Ward have been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award for their exceptional care of one family.

Angel of the Year: Karen Dawe

EMPATHY, care and compassion are three of the qualities that make Bulstrode House oncology nurse Karen Dawe worthy of the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year Award, said her nominator.
Mrs Dawe is being put forward by Marilyn Vidamour, whose sister B

Angel of the Year: Kate Corcoran

A SCHOOL NURSE known as the ‘Bee Lady’ and who worked in a nursing home during lockdown deserves to win the Angel of the Year Award, said her nominator.

Angel of the Year: Katie Bassett

HAVING consultant nurse for pain management Katie Bassett in Guernsey is a good thing for the island, said the person who has nominated her for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

Angel of the Year: Katie Sweeny of Autism Guernsey

KATIE SWEENEY of Autism Guernsey has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award by a very grateful Hannah Wallace.

Angel of the Year: Rachel Peterkin-Smith and Alison Legg

TWO ‘incredible’ midwives whose actions helped save the lives of both a mum and her baby have been nominated jointly for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.
Dominique Davison has put forward Rachel Peterkin-Smith and Alison Legg after

Angel of the Year: Tricia Boyle

A COMMUNITY staff nurse has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award. Tricia Boyle was put forward by Mandy Davies.

Angel of the Year: Victim Support and Witness Service

A GROUP of people who have ‘been there no matter what’ are being nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

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