Lincolnshire Colleagues receive Medals of Merit for Outstanding Work
The Order of Malta’s St John’s Day Ceremony was held at the Brompton Oratory in London on 24 June.
Congratulations to our colleagues, Lynette Woodhouse, Senior Carer at Patchett Lodge who received a Bronze Medal of Merit and Alan Goulding, Volunteer at Beckside who received a Bronze Medal in recognition of their commitment and dedication.
Lynn received her medal for her dedication to the Trust since she joined on 1992, her knowledge of the home and the residents has been a huge support to the new management team.
Alan has been a volunteer at Beckside since 2007 received his medal due to the tireless commitment to the home. Not only does Alan take minutes at residents’ meetings, he also actively participates in fundraising for the home, and takes residents on weekly trips and runs an art session and bingo at the weekends.
Caroline Dunagan, OSJCT Lincolnshire Assistant Operations Director, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to see that Lynette and Alan’s hard work and dedication has been recognised at such a prestigious awards ceremony.”
“At the Trust, our goal is to continuously provide the highest quality of care for our residents, so we couldn’t be happier that the outstanding work our employees has been highlighted at the annual Order of Malta’s St John’s Day ceremony, which is such an important event in our calendar.”