Bluebird Care Exeter named Winner of Exeter Living Awards' Health and Wellbeing category 2020

Published: 25/03/2020

Bluebird Care Exeter are delighted to announce that their commitment to providing ‘Outstanding’ levels of care has been recognised in the Exeter Living Awards 2020.

The Bluebird Care Exeter team are proud to have been named as the winners of the Exeter Living Awards 2020 Health and Wellbein category. 

With more than 50 local companies nominated across 21 categories, Bluebird Care was competing against seven other finalists for the prestigious Health and Wellbeing Award. 

Being named the winning company of this category is a huge honour and a testament to the ‘Outstanding’ levels of care that our team of Care Assistants consistently offer to our customers throughout the local community, going above and beyond to ensure that every customer receives the very highest levels of care. 

Director of Bluebird Care Exeter, William Flint said: 

“We are overjoyed to have been named as the winner of Exeter Living Awards’ Health and Wellbeing category 2020. We would just like to thank Exeter Living Awards for this honour - we are humbled and grateful.” 

The annual Exeter Living Awards Ceremony is a highlight of the Exeter business and social calendar. Every year the prestigious awards ceremony quickly sells out; with only 500 guest tickets available. 

Organised by MediaClash, publishers of Exeter Living, Bristol Life and magazines for Bath and Cardiff; and award-winning foodie mag Crumbs, the Exeter Living Awards are a highlight on every Exeter-based business’s calendar. 

The awards ceremony has been held at Exeter University’s Great Hall for a number of years, and this year’s ceremony was no different; the evening was a combination of ‘glitz, glamour, music’ coming together in a spectacular celebration of all of Exeter’s most successful businesses. 

Sadly, in light of the COVID-19 virus that has been sweeping across the UK, and the many vulnerable people who the Bluebird Care team works closely with, we took the decision not to attend the Exeter Living Awards 2020 event to safeguard our vulnerable customers and protect our team.