GWT Recognition Awards 2016

GWT Recognition Awards 2016

Congratulations to our 2016 recognition award winners and thank you to everyone for sending in your nominations. We had a brilliant response and there were some very deserving winners. Well done to all.

The awards celebrate and recognise the outstanding talent, commitment and inspirational involvement of workers, volunteers and groups who promote Intergenerational activities.

This year the six category Trophy Winners were

  • New intergenerational project (Less than 12months) – South Perth Community Partnership and Perth High School IT Project
  • Established intergenerational project (Greater than 1 year) – Getting to Know Your Techno
  • Established intergenerational project (Greater than 1 year) – Hands Across Time
  • Yvonne Coull, Local Network Coordinators Award – Shona Fowler, Perth & Kinross
  • Young person contributing to intergenerational work – Intergenerational Quiz Steering Group
  • Older person contributing to intergenerational work – George Rosie
  • Building successful partnerships through intergenerational work – Learn to Succeed – Cross Generation Initiative
  • Building successful partnerships through intergenerational work – Perth Care Home Physical Activity Project

Due to the outstanding applications submitted certificates of recognition were also awarded to the following projects

  • New intergenerational project (Less than 12months) – Hunterhill Care Home & Mary Russell School – The Ceilidh Project
  • Established intergenerational project (Greater than 1 year) – New Spin – Intergenerational Cafe
  • Established intergenerational project (Greater than 1 year) – Ng Homes: Building, Bridging, Bonding across the generations
  • Established intergenerational project (Greater than 1 year) – Calderglen Befrienders
  • Building successful partnerships through intergenerational work – FEVA (Freestyle Environmental Audit) South Ayrshire Council