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19.11.2010 Surrey Care Awards 2010 

The 19th November 2010 saw the second of the Surrey Care Association Awards. There were 14 categories ranging from Activity Co-ordinator of the Year, Beyond the Call of Duty and Excellence in Dementia Care, to name but a few. Our team were winners of the Creative Innovation at home category, presented by Richard Stilgoe, sponsored by Training for You. This award was for a team who showed exceptional entrepreneurial skills in developing and establighing a new service and new and innovative ways of delivering a service.

Nov 2013 Winners of Surrey Care Association  


The 5th Surrey Care Awards took place on Friday 22nd November 2013. Presenters of the awards were by Micheal Aspel and Alvin Stardust. Eternity Care and Support were in the finals for 3 awards, Beyond the Call of Duty for staff member Janita Hanif, Most Innovative Activity Programme involving service users, and also Care Employer/Provider of the Year. Janita proudly held the award aloft as a winner of her category. See main phone, Front line on left, Janita holding her trophy.

If you wish to see more of the awards visit click on SCA events, then Awards, 2013.


The 9th October 2009 saw the first of the Surrey Care Association Awards. There were 12 categories ranging from Support Worker of the year, Registered Manager of the Year, and Creative Innovation to name but a few. Our team were finalists in 2 categories, these being the Business/Team award for Creative Innovation and Linda Sutlieff for Learner of the Year Award. We were also shortlisted for Support Worker of the Year - Hannah Whiteman, and Beyond the Call of Duty - Karen McNaughton, both of whom received certificates in recognition of their achievements. Details of 2011 and 2012 awards ceremonies can be found on

Nov 2013 Great British Care Awards 
Nov 2013 Great Regional Home Care Awards 

The Great British Care Awards are a series of regional events throughout England and are a celebration of excellence across the care sector. The purpose of the awards are to pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence in their work.

Tania and Julie attended the event on 29th November 2013 at the Hilton, Brighton, covering the South East Regional awards.

They were in the Care Employer of the Year category, sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland. It was presented by Helen Lederer of Absolutely Fabulous and Harry Enfield fame.

Eternity Care & Support are proud to announce they WON! "Collecting the award on behalf of the team was an honour, a shock, but still an honour" stated Tania Sutlieff. We set out to be a good employer, making sure our staff were supported in as many ways as possible. 

June 2014 Great British Home Care Awards 

On Friday 6th June, over 500 of the very best in social care attended a glittering awards ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London's Park Lane for the national finals of the Great British Home Care Awards, where the national category winners were announced, hosted by UKHCA and presented by comedian Patrick Monahan.

Eternity Care & Support were one of 7 finalists in the Care Employer category. The award’s aim is to acknowledge and celebrate employers’ commitment to care and how this is achieving success in delivering an excellent service. Care companies have to demonstrate considerable acumen and entrepreneurial flair, while having a sustained track record of delivering high quality care and managing improvement.

Eternity Care & Support won the award and Tania and Julie proudly collected the leaf shaped trophy on behalf of their team who work to a high standard. The Judge's commented that "Eternity Care showed a different approach to providing bespoke care and support. Some great examples included organising a shark snorkelling trip and fundraising for a client's holiday. They truly believe their staff are key to success."

Tania Sutlieff said “Winning this award is both a great honour and a tribute to our staff. We were told we won against the best in England because we went that extra mile to help people live their lives... I personally think we can easily show we love what we do and so do our staff. The significance of our success is that we are doing the right things, we are moving in the right direction to achieving our aims, and a direct encouragement to doing even better for our clients.”

20 Nov 15 Surrey Care Awards The Surrey Care Awards for 2015 were held at Epsom Downs Racecourse on the 20th November 2015.

Over 450 Care Employers and staff attended the event, with awards presented by BBC newsreader Nicholas Owen, and Master of Ceremonies as BBC Surrey presenter Sylvie Blackmore.

Eternity Care & Support were finalists for Care Provider / Employer of the Year and Senior Support  staff member, Learna Pettitt, for Beyond the Call of Duty. Neither won their category but Learna so impressed the judges with her commitment to care, enthusiasm and energy despite having faced tremendous difficulties within the last two years, that they awarded her the Judge's Special Award. They said her entry stood out from all other entries and were touched by her story.
25.01.2017 CQC Inspection Eternity Care & Support were awarded a 'GOOD' rating at an inspection carried out in January 2017.

Staff were particularly praised for the understanding they showed of their role and the support required of those using the Eternity Care & Support service. Clients described staff as showing care and compassion in their work and that their privacy and dignity were upheld and promoted at all times.

Staff said that they felt supported by the Registered Manager and that an open door policy meant they were able to approach management with concerns. They received training to carry out their role effectively.

The full report can be viewed at or by telephoning 03000 616 161.

We can assist with:
  • Building independent living skills
  • Going out in your local area
  • Cleaning
  • Companionship
  • After an operation
  • Going Out
  • Cooking for or with you
  • Personal Care
  • Pet assistance
  • Shopping
  • Respite
  • Going to social activities
  • Support with public transport
  • Sleep ins or waking nights
  • Thinking of new things you can do
  • Chatting about life in general
  • Helping with the laundry
  • Supporting carers
  • Menu planning and healthy eating
  • Shopping with or without you
  • Day trips to the coast
  • Discussing news topics
  • Board games, crosswords, etc
  • Help with finances
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