Last week the High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Peter Kara, personally selected MacIntyre to receive a High Sheriff Award. The Award provides an opportunity for High Sheriffs to recognise and celebrate some of the fantastic organisations and individuals that they encounter working within the County during their shrieval year and to acknowledge this work as well as convey the appreciation of the community the recipient works to support.
The ceremony took place on 7 March in Milton Keynes, where the High Sheriff said:
“[MacIntyre’s] site at Great Holm includes accommodation for 40 people, a centre offering a diverse range of educational and therapeutic activities from literacy and numeracy to horticultural and music, and a coffee shop which offers excellent memory cafe days designed to help stimulate those concerned about their mental acuity. It is ably run by Sadie Scott and a CQC report last year rated it as good in providing a safe, effective, caring and responsive service.”
We are thrilled to be recognised and to receive the award.