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20/06/2024 Winners of the 2024 Social Prescribing Awards announced

It is with great delight that we announce the winners of the Social Prescribing Awards 2024 and honour the efforts and innovative approaches that are transforming the landscape of healthcare and community wellbeing.

Congratulations to all the finalists, each one of which demonstrated exceptional commitment to improving the lives of individuals and communities. These awards highlight the diverse and creative ways in which social prescribing is being implemented across different sectors. The breadth of work showcased by our finalists is a testament to the power and potential of social prescribing.

As we celebrate these awards, let us also take a moment to reflect on the collaborative spirit that defines social prescribing. It is through partnerships, shared vision, and collective effort that we can create meaningful and sustainable change. Thank you to all our entrants, finalists, and winners for their extraordinary contributions.
Charlotte Osborn-Forde
Group of people stand together holding their framed awards. Behind them is a slide which reads Social Prescribing Awards

Award for the Best Children and Young People Social Prescribing Project
sponsored by Access Elemental
LINK Cumbria Social Prescribing for Children and Young People

Award for the Best International Social Prescribing Project
LiveWELL Program, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Group

Award for the Best Larger Social Prescribing Link Worker Team/Service
Enable Social Prescribing/Personalised Care Team

Award for the Best Nature Based (Green & Blue) Social Prescribing Project
Open Minds Active CIC

Award for the Best Physical Activity Social Prescribing Project
Bristol Physical Activity Social Prescribing project, Wesport (West of England Sport Trust)

Award for the Best Local Social Prescribing Link Worker Team/Service
Edinburgh Community Link Worker Network, Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership

Award for Social Prescribing Link Worker of the Year
sponsored by Viridian Nutrition
Matt Day, Social Prescribing Lead, South Somerset West PCN, Symphony Healthcare Services

Award for the Best Arts & Culture Social Prescribing Project
Raw Material Music and Media Ltd

Award for the Best Heritage Social Prescribing Project
Heritage Linkworker - Heritage for Wellbeing



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