Scooping the Gold Award are Birds Eye Limited, Waveney District Council, Babergh District Council & Mid Suffolk District Council and Suffolk Coastal District Council. With a Silver Award is The Havebury Housing Partnership, and first time entrant Larking Gowen has secured a Bronze. Virya Technologies Ltd is awarded the Small Business prize for the second time running.
Richard Powell, Chief Executive of Healthy Ambitions, says, “We are delighted with the high standard of entries to the awards. It shows the message really is getting out that a healthy team of employees is inseparable from a thriving business. Every company’s success is built upon its people and the winning organisations all provide meaningful ways to help employees keep fit and healthy – we highly commend them on their performance. It is also great to see organisations performing consistently well over time – it is this on-going commitment that really makes a difference.”
The presentations were be made at Trinity Park conference centre, near Ipswich, on Friday 1st March.
Richard Powell, added, “The great thing about this event, a first for Suffolk, is that it will result in many more organisations leading the way in looking after their employees. The fantastic winners receiving their awards really showcase the benefits of doing so.”
Healthy Ambitions is the local charity taking action to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Suffolk and beyond. Healthy Ambitions works with schools, colleges, community groups and businesses to promote heart health and physical wellbeing. Registered charity number 1142134.