AYRE Events contracted by The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust to deliver annual awards

Leeds based events specialist AYRE Event Solutions has strengthened its relationship with The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust after being asked to deliver it’s annual Proud Awards ceremony in Rotherham this November.

The awards ceremony will be a fully in person event set to take place at Magna, Rotherham. With 500 attendees expected to be in attendance, the ceremony will be a chance for teams and individuals to be recognised for all their achievements across the last 12 months. There will be a total of ten awards categories presented on the night

The new contract strengthens the working relationship between the two organisations as AYRE has worked with The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust on three previous awards dinners. AYRE has also supported with staging, set lighting and sound advice for in person events in 2018/19 and assisted with the delivery of The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust virtual awards in 2020 including hosting in AYRE’s studio space and managing all technical elements of the broadcast.

Commenting on the upcoming project, AYRE managing director, Chris Ayre said: “We’re delighted to be asked to work on another event with The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust this year. Our working relationship has gone from strength to strength since we were first introduced back in 2018.

“This year’s annual awards feel extra special with the pandemic and the amazing work everyone across the NHS has done for us all. We’re really excited to be a part of this celebration and to be able to help the organisation celebrate and recognise their team’s contributions over the past 12 months.”

Emma Parkes, Interim Director of Communications from The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust said: “We are really excited to be working with Ayre again for our annual award ceremony. This will be the fourth year of working with them and they have always helped add that special touch to our event. This year is as important as ever as we hope to be able to celebrate our hardworking NHS colleagues in person again.”


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