Kimpton’s Jackie earns an accolade for her incredible efforts to help build relationships at Sue Ryder’s Stagenhoe Park

Jackie Camfield is a volunteer at Sue Ryder – Stagenhoe who has won an outstanding contribution awar

Jackie Camfield is a volunteer at Sue Ryder – Stagenhoe who has won an outstanding contribution award in recognition of her ability to develop relationships with residents and the impact that has had on them. She received her award from charity chief executive Heidi Travis, right. - Credit: Archant

The outstanding efforts of a volunteer at care charity Sue Ryder’s home at Stagenhoe have won her an accolade from admiriing colleagues.

Activities supervisor Jackie Camfield, who lives in Kimpton, received the honour for her ‘outstanding contribution’ at the Sue Ryder Incredible Colleague Awards held in Leamington Spa.

Debbie Wright, who works at Stagenhoe, said: “Jackie really is amazing. She is reliable, takes pride in what she does and often helps us outside her regular hours. One of her best skills is developing meaningful relationships with residents – something which does not come easily to all volunteers.

“I doubt that Jackie will expect to be recognised but I think she deserves to be thanked for all the effort she has made over the years as it really is not easy to find volunteers like her.”


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