Cardiff and Vale Health Board staff have received High Sheriff Awards for their exceptional service through their roles with Cardiff and Vale University Health Board throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The High Sheriff Awards provide an opportunity for High Sheriffs to highlight individuals in their county, often unsung heroes, who have made an outstanding contribution in some way.
This year, the High Sheriff Awards celebrate the fantastic efforts of people who are giving their all to help make things better for us all during the pandemic.
High Sheriff Andrew Rhys Howell has chosen to honour the following Cardiff and Vale UHB staff: Darrell Baker, Emma Cooke, Chris Fegan, Ben Hope-Gill, Kay Jeynes, Chris Lewis, Tracy Meredith, Sara Sturdy and Huw Williams.
Charles (Jan) Janczewski, Chair of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has recognised this achievement at a virtual ceremony today. Jan said: “Our members of staff who have been chosen to receive the High Sheriff awards have worked with dauntless energy and enthusiasm regardless of the challenges arising from COVID-19. I am delighted that their efforts are being recognised.
“These are just some of the shining examples of staff we are lucky to have in the Health Board. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued hard work and dedication.”