The Butterfly Awards 2015

On Friday 9th October Ruth and Graham (Jessica’s parents) travelled to The Bank House Hotel near Malvern in Worcester, this is the third year that TJSF have sponsored an award and the second to be shortlisted for UK Support Organisation. The Butterfly Awards have been created by two lovely ladies called Mel Scott (Towards Tomorrow Together, Finley’s Footprints) and Jade Deverill (Healthcare and Babyloss Services Ltd) who aim to honour and celebrate survivors and champions of babyloss. They include several categories every year where you can nominate individuals and/or organisations, these are then shortlisted and people are invited to vote for their favourite. It’s the results from these votes and also the judges that decides who the winner is.

The evening itself is an amazingly, inspirational evening where hundreds of bereaved parents, friends, families and also organisations come together to raise awareness of one thing – Babyloss. The categories, sponsors and winner are listed below – you can click on their names to be forwarded to their website.

Committed Babyloss Volunteer sponsored by Life After Loss

Winner – LeighAnne Hedges

Author/Blogger sponsored by TJSF

Winner – Rebecca Woods

Cherished Keepsake sponsored by For The Love Of Harley

Winner – Friends of Serenity

Most Media Impact sponsored by Little Things

Winner – Count the Kicks

Best Hospital Bereavement Service sponsored by Little Fingers

Winner – Royal Derby Hospital

Birth Professional sponsored by Count the Kicks

Winner – Rachel Thorpe

Bereavement Worker sponsored by Emily’s Star

Winner – Emma Stowell

Inspirational Mother sponsored by Preemies UK

Winner – Lorraine Blackburn

Inspirational Father sponsored by Harry and Co

Winner – David Monteith

UK Support Organisation sponsored by Tabitha’s Trust

Winner – Friends of Serenity

 

Next years Butterfly Awards will be on 15th October and at The Bank House Hotel again, for more information please visit their website here.

 

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