Brunel's Bristol conference venue hosting the Great British Care Awards

A special Bristol conference venue will be hosting the Great British Care Awards this Friday.

Brunel’s Old Station is one of the oldest and most atmospheric venues in Bristol. It dates back to the middle of the 19th century and the formation of the Great Western railway line. This majestic exhibition space is the perfect place to hold a special event and the Great British Care Awards certainly qualifies as a special event.

The awards pay tribute to those who have put themselves out for other people and gone that extra mile to make a difference – an event that master architect Isambard Brunel, who conceived the design for the incredible Passenger Shed, would relate to and be proud of.
Bristol care awards

In 2011 there are nine regional awards which will feed into two national finals for the care home and home care sectors.

With 22 award categories available, this is very much an event that the public are invited to take part in. All in all this is a night to work in partnership and praise the conduct of care managers, care workers and frontline staff while enjoying a fabulous Bristol event.

A number of prestigious bodies will be supporting the awards including the Social Care Institute for Excellence, the Department of Health and the National Skills Academy and Skills for Care.

This is a very comprehensive occasion and that why the organisers have chosen our massive Bristol conference venue as it can cater to the requirements of any event.

That includes the right staging, the right catering, and the right mood. If you also have a prestigious event to hold in the near future why not give us a call to see what we can do for you and hopefully make a booking!

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