Northern Enterprise 2016 Awards
RCNi – Nurse Awards 2016 – Shortlisted for The Supporting Carers Award
Nursing Times – Finalist For Nurse Leader Of The Year
THE BIBAs – Finalist For Third Sector Business Of The Year
Enterprise Vision Awards – Finalist for Inspirational Woman Of The Year
E3 Business Awards – Finalist for Social Enterprise Of The Year & Outstanding Businesswoman Of The Year


northern-enterprise-awardsNorthern Enterprise 2016 “POWERFUL TOGETHER” Awards

Shortlisted For 3 Awards!

Businesses across the third, private and public sector will unite at Northern Enterprise 2016 to develop a clear strategy for mass collaboration, put social value on the agenda of key influencers and decision-makers and provide a platform for the private sector to adopt new delivery models.

Rosie Jolly, CEO of Social Enterprise Network, said: “Through social enterprise, collectively we can shape the changing face of the Northern Powerhouse agenda, through its ability to deliver effective and efficient social value outcomes, which will be essential to the success of devolution.”

Following on from the conference and exhibition will be the Northern Enterprise 2016 “POWERFUL TOGETHER” Awards, which recognises the achievements of individuals and businesses.

Shelley Perry has been shortlisted for the following Awards:

  • Female Entrepreneur of the Year
  • Leadership Award
  • Profound Impact Award

Well done Shelley 🙂


RCNi – Nurse Awards 2016

Supporting Carers Award – Shortlisted

RCNi is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Royal College of Nursing. RCNi produces eleven nursing publications including Nursing Standard, the UK’s best-selling nursing journal, and a range of specialist journals. RCNi also hosts the annual Nurse Awards, celebrating excellence in nursing

This award is for nurses who have developed initiatives to support carers and who can demonstrate that their initiative has had a positive impact on carers’ own physical and mental health as well as improving the health outcomes for the person being cared for.

Shelley Perry the clinical director of Breathe Therapies certainly qualifies for these requirements. She was nominated for prestigious RCNi (Royal College of Nursing) Awards and went to London in March to do a presentation!

Having recovered from an eating disorder herself, she wanted to help family members; friends and partners manage a range of distressing emotions in particular panic, worry and guilt. Information is practical and relevant where open support sessions give attendees the chance to discuss particular issues and a network of peer support. Also, family therapy is provided when needed and Shelley runs an online support group.

She has set up advice and information clinics for carers as part of a range of nurse-led services for people with eating disorders in Lancashire offered in the wonderful services of the sister charity S.E.E.D Support and Education for Eating Disorders. A carers advice and information clinic is provided at Galloways for the blind in Preston, once a fortnight on a Friday night 7.00-8.30pm for parents, partners, siblings and friends to attend.

As well as, offering other carers interventions through the services at Breathe Therapies that has a range of experienced clinicians and offers carers interventions, 1:1 advice, support and coaching, family therapy and family communication.

Shelley was nominated for prestigious RCNi (Royal College of Nursing) Awards and went to London in March to do a presentation!

Winners were announced on May 6th and sadly Shelley didn’t win but it was a fantastic achievement just to be nominated!

Well done Shelley!

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Nursing Times – Finalist For Nurse Leader Of The Year

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Nursing Times Award Criteria

“Clinical leaders have a fundamental role in ensuring the quality of nursing practice and patient care. The best community team leaders, ward sisters and charge nurses lead by example, providing their team with an excellent role model, demonstrating compassion and a commitment to ensuring their ward or unit offers the highest quality and safest care possible. They are aware of their patients’ needs and firm advocates on their behalf, understand the importance of informing and reassuring patients and relatives, and have the skills to lead, manage and motivate a team that is committed to offering excellent and compassionate care to all patients.

This award aims to recognise an exceptional nurse leader who embodies these qualities; it is open to any nurse, working in the community or in an acute environment who is leading a team of any size is eligible to apply. We welcome entries from candidates themselves or nominations from those who wish to highlight a leader from the NHS or independent sector who they believe merits this recognition.”

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The awards are conferred at a ceremony taking place on October 26, 2016 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.


 THE BIBAs – Finalist For Third Sector Business Of The Year

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The Be Inspired Business Awards, the BIBAs, is Lancashire’s largest and longest running business awards programme.

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Run by the North and Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce – Lancashire’s largest business membership organisation – the BIBAs entered its 10th year in 2016.

Members of the Breathe team with the BIBAs judging panel during a recent visit.

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Enterprise Vision Awards – Finalist for Inspirational Woman Of The Year

The Enterprise Vision Awards recognise women in business from across the North West. Shelley is a finalist in the Inspirational Woman category.

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E3 Business Awards

Finalist for Social Enterprise Of The Year & Outstanding Businesswoman Of The Year

3 Awards

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