Awards and Recognition

Great British Care Awards 2015 - National


We are delighted to announce that we we won the National Learning Disability and Autism Awards for 2017.


National Learning Disability and Autism Awards

National Learning Disability and Autism Awards

LaingBuisson Awards 2015

Representing Eden Futures at the prestigious awards held on 11th November 2015 were:


  • Residential Care Provider – Sue Chivers & South West Team
  • Autistic Spectrum – Vicky Holbrook & Telford Team


Although we did not win, a great night was had by all.

Great British Care Awards 2015 - National



Congratulations to the “Cumbria Team” in our complex care division, who joined over 500 of the best in social care at Birmingham ICC on 27 June 2015 to receive their award.

Investors in People



Congratulations to Giselle Parkin who was greatly honoured to have been shortlisted within final 5 for Manager of the Year.


77 countries were involved, so this was a fantastic achievement.

Gloucestershire Care Provision Association 2015



Congratulations to Sarah Sibanda who was a finalist following her nomination for “Inspiring Leader”.


Sarah received her award at the Conference held in Gloucestershire on 20 May 2015.

LaingBuisson Specialist Care Awards 2015



We are delighted to announce that we are finalists for two Laing Buisson Independent Specialist Care Awards:


  • Care Pathways
  • Supported Living


These National Awards attract entries from across the nation and showcase the very best in specialist care services.


Eden Futures is a finalist in the Care Pathways category.  Our submission focused on the integrated nature of our care pathway; each step informs and inspires the other and expertise are shared across the organisation.  The development of our care pathway has been driven by a desire to make living in the community available to all, regardless of level of support need and to ensure that there are services for people to move onto as they increase their independent skills.   

Health Investor Awards 2015



After another year of significant growth, we are delighted to be finalists in two categories for the highly contested Health Investor Awards:


  • Specialist Care Provider of the Year
  • Community Support Provider of the Year


Over the last 10 years, Health Investor has established iteself as one of the must-read magazines covering the UK health sector.  Their prestigious awards were launched in 2007 with the aim of promoting excellence and recognising innovation in the sector.


Chief Executive Andrew Lennox said “To be nominated as finalisists in two categories is a great honour and it is all due to the hard work and commitment of the Eden Futures Team delivering the very best support to those we provide care for across the country.  Last year we won the Community Support Provider of the Year so we are hoping we can at least match last year’s success.

The National Learning Disabilities Awards 2014



Great British Care Awards 2014


A huge well done to all of our finalists, it is a fantastic achievement to make it to the final stages of these awards.


Congratulations to Bev Hallowes who was announced as Winner of Yorkshire & Humber Frontline Leader Award.  She is now set to attend the National Finals early 2015.


Ceri Lennon, Head of Group HR comments “As an organisation we really value these awards as they enable frontline workers to be recognised and celebrated for the fantastic work that they do – work that often goes unnoticed”.


This year we had the following finalists:


  • North West – Care Team Award, Cumbria Care Team
  • West Midlands – Best Care Newcomer; Ryan Pleavin
  • South Yorkshire & Humber – Frontline Leader Award ; Bev Hallowes
  • East Midlands – Housing with Care Award; Bluebell Court Tea
  • Good Nurse Award – Nomsa Kumire
  • Dignity in Care Award – Debra Harbottle
LaingBuisson Independent Healthcare Awards 2014


Bestwood Celebrates National Award


To mark the incredible achievement of being awarded the Laing Buisson ‘Mental Health Hospital provider of the year’ our Independent Hospital service, Bestwood invited North Nottingham MP, Graham Allen to unveil a plaque commemorating their success during a celebration event for staff and the people who are living there.


Graham said “its fantastic that the hospital has been recognised with this award, giving some of the most vulnerable in our community their own living space and putting them closer to their familieis will bring comfort to them as they are able to visit often.  I am proud of the vital work the hospital does in my patch.  Winning this award means a great deal to all of those involved.  I thoroughly enjoyed hearing their stories first hand and seeing some of the great work they do”.