Wigan home care provider shortlisted for three awards


Wigan based dementia care specialist, Bridgewater Home Care has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2019 E3 Business Awards, which will be held at the University of Bolton Stadium on Thursday 11th July 2019.

The company, which specialise in the care of those living with a dementia within the community, was selected from amongst hundreds of nominees to become one of the finalists for three prestigious awards in the categories of ‘Employer of the Year’, ‘Skills, Education and Training Award’, and ‘Employer of the Year’.

Speaking on behalf of the company, MD, Phil Eckersley said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have been shortlisted as finalists in three prestigious awards categories, which I believe to be reflection of our fantastic, compassionate and dedicated team.”

“I’d like to congratulate Bridgewater Home Care,” said Mubarak Chati, managing director of 1 Events Media, which hosts the E3 Awards. “We get hundreds of very compelling nominations every year, so to be named a finalist is a genuine achievement in itself.

“I say that partly because I know how rigorous the judges are when they make their shortlist selections. We have worked very hard to create a judging process that is fair, transparent and clearly defined, so finalists can feel proud that they really earned their place at the Awards evening. To get here, companies such as Bridgewater Home Care have shown that they are amongst the best, most dynamic businesses in the whole of the North West.

“More generally, we’ve set out to create an experience that we hope makes every entrant feel special. And it’s right that they should; looking at each year’s applications, it’s always amazing to see what northwest companies are achieving; how much passion and intelligence they put into their plans for growth. Not all of them reach the finals of course, and that makes Bridgewater Home Care’s achievement all the more impressive.”


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