It’s the only centre of its kind in the UK, and it landed Foster’s team two Guardian awards, including that of overall best public service. From councils to the civil service, from charities to prisons, the Guardian public service awards bring together professionals and volunteers with a single aim: improving outcomes for the people they serve. “Austerity has put the dedication of public service workers to the stiffest test – and they haven’t been found wanting,” says David Brindle, the Guardian’s public services editor. The whole experience was an absolute joy for us.”How to enterEntries are now open for the Guardian Public Service Awards 2019, which will showcase new projects, teams and individuals making a real difference to people’s lives. The awards are free to enter and are open to all those working in the UK’s public services, whether in a public body, private firm or voluntary organisation.
Source: The Guardian May 22, 2019 06:00 UTC