Three volunteers at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have been shortlisted for Luton’s Best Awards.
Governor Pam Brown has been shortlisted in the Best Fundraiser category, Eileen McMahon for a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work as a Skin Camouflage Volunteer, and Main Reception Volunteer, Richard Moisey, for a Service with a Smile Award.
Karen Bush, Voluntary Services Manager at the L&D, said: “We are extremely proud of our three volunteers who have been recognised for the incredible contribution they have made to our local community over many, many years. The NHS would not be the NHS it is today without our fantastic army of volunteers who support us in a myriad of different ways, and we would like to thank them all.”
The annual Luton’s Best Awards aim to recognise the achievements, work and valuable contribution of the heroes in the local community. There are awards for individuals and groups, young and old, for people working in the public sector and for organisations and businesses all who make the community a better place.
Luton’s Best Awards will be held on 23 November when guests will enjoy a champagne reception, three-course meal and a glittering awards ceremony
For more information on the awards visit the LoveLuton website