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Caring for Older People & their Carers
© Copyright 2013 NET Garforth
Registered charity No. 1088836
A Company Limited By guarantee in England & Wales No. 4221787
NET Caring for Older People & their Carers In East Leeds.
Aberford Allerton Bywater Barwick in Elmet Garforth Great Preston Kippax Ledston Ledsham Ledston Luck
Little Preston Scholes Swillington Micklefield
Mentoring & Befriending… We are a Mentoring and Befriending Approved Provider.
Duke of York’s Community Award… We are Proud to be the holder of The Duke of York’s Community Initiative Award. Presented by HRH The Duke of York On the October 2011
National Diversity Awards 2013 - At the Queens Hotel Leeds, September 2013 Runner Up. The final 3 invited to attend the presentations from 4500 nominations.
Adult Social Care Awards for Excellence Finalist 2013 - Partner of the Year Category.
NET has been awarded Approved Provider Status by the Mentoring and Befriending foundation on behalf of the Home Office and Department for Education and Skills (DfES).
Our award was formally presented to staff and volunteers at a ceremony in the NET office on 14th. August 2009 by our Garforth and area MP, Colin Burgon.
The volunteers also welcomed councillors Keith Parker and James Lewis plus Lynn White representing Leeds City Council.
We cannot emphasize enough that this award is down to the dedication and commitment of all the volunteers who give up their time to make NET the success it is.
Duke of York’s Community Award…Prince Andrew presented NET with the prestigious Duke of York’s Community Initiative Award at a ceremony at the Army Foundation College in Harrogate on Tuesday 11th. October 2011. The Duke of York visited Yorkshire to present the Awards personally to Yorkshire organisations that have transformed the lives of the community.The NET Award was accepted by Monica Walker on behalf of NET and its volunteers. Following the presentation the Prince visited the NET stand to gain a full understanding of the NET organisation. Monica and NET Chairman Roy Norcliffe explained the wide range of services and activities undertaken in Garforth and the surrounding villages. He commented that the organisation and its volunteers were performing a vital service and requested us to keep up the good work.
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