Suffolk Care Awards FAQ's

Here are the frequently asked questions.

Question 1 - Do the judges know who the entries belong to?

No, the entry name is redacted, so the judges do not see who entered the submission. Therefore all entries are anonymous and decisions are made fairly.

Question 2 - How many entries can I submit?

You can submit multiple entries, as long as they are not repeated entries for the same individual or team.

Question 3 - How do I submit an entry?

Entries are now closed.

Question 4 - Can I nominate an organisation that cares for my relative/friend?

Yes, anyone in Health & Social care can be nominated.

Question 5 - Is there a word limit for entries?

Yes, please aim to keep your entries to no more than 500 words each.

Question 6 - Is there a second stage to nomination entries if we get shortlisted?

No, however, if the judges would like an extended explanation of your entry then we may request this.

Question 7 - Do we find out if we have been shortlisted?

Yes, if you have been shortlisted and are one of the finalists we will contact the person who put in the nomination to let them know. We have 3 finalists per category.

Question 8 - How many people are assigned to each table during the awards evening?

10 people at each table.

Question 9 - Where can I purchase tickets for the Care Awards?

You can purchase tickets here.

Question 10 - Don't see your question listed?

No problem, please email with any additional questions.