LimeLight Awards 2018. The Winners are……

The 4th National ISVA Conference, ‘Knowledge & Network’, hosted by the Chair of LimeCulture’s Advisory Board, Keir Starmer QC MP, took place on 17 September 2018 in Birmingham. It was another fantastic event with ISVAs coming together from across England and Wales to share knowledge, learn about topics that affect their practice and network with their peers.

LimeCulture introduced the LimeLight Awards in 2016 to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individual ISVAs, ISVA Teams and ISVA Managers who have demonstrated excellence, dedication and commitment to supporting victims/survivors of sexual violence through their work.

Here at LimeCulture, we were once again absolutely blown away by the nominations for this years’ LimeLight Awards. We received a huge number of nominations in each of the four categories, which  shows the commitment and support to these important awards.

We are thrilled to report the WINNERS of the 2018 LimeLight Awards are:

Award 1: Outstanding Achievement by an ISVA Supporting Adults went to Rachel Bloomer of Safelink

Katy Woodger, Member of the LimeCulture Independent Advisory Board, said of the winner Rachel Bloomer “All three shortlisted nominees for this award have achieved above and beyond their roles, they all manage large and often complex caseloads, but for her exemplary work in engaging with those who have learning disabilities and mental health support needs, the award goes to Rachael Bloomer”

Photo: Rachel Bloomer of Safelink © 2018 by Geoff Reardon Photography

 

Award 2: The Vicky Bardsley Prize: Oustanding Achievement by an ISVA Supporting Children & Young People went to Hannah Mart of Amethyst SARC

“Fantastic work is being done with energy and enthusiasm by all three of the shortlisted ISVAs in this category.  However, the winner has quite literally gone the extra mile. For her dedication to her job and in raising funds by climbing Snowdon to do it!”

Photo: Hannah Mart of Amethyst SARC © 2018 by Geoff Reardon Photography

 

Award 3: Exceptional ISVA Team went to Notts SVS Services- ISVA Team

“All the teams nominated for this award demonstrate an exceptional level of support to their clients and fellow team members. In recognition of this and the outstanding support offered by this team to those in prison and those who have been involved in institutional abuse cases”

Photo: Notts SVS Services- ISVA Team© 2018 by Geoff Reardon Photography

 

Award 4: Inspirational ISVA Manager went to Michelle Mountfort of The Havens, London

“All the Managers nominated for this award are inspirational leaders. However, this year’s award goes to a Manager who is attentive, approachable and supportive

Photo: Michelle Mountfort of The Havens, London © 2018 by Geoff Reardon Photography

LimeCulture would like to thank everybody who nominated an ISVA, an ISVA Team or an ISVA Manager to make the 2018 LimeLight Awards a great success! We would also like to say congratulations to the 4 individual ISVAs, 2 Managers and 2 ISVA Teams who were shortlisted for the 2018 awards across all 4 categories- a fantastic achievement in itself due to the quality of the services provided by the 110+ ISVA Teams now working across the UK.

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