Hospitality Assured accredited client St Andrew’s Healthcare is celebrating being shortlisted for two Business Awards.

Their Mental Health Boot Camp event – and the campaign that promoted it is a Finalist in the Marketing Campaign of the Year category, in the Northamptonshire Business Awards 2018.

The campaign  The Awards recognise the achievements of businesses – from startups to global leaders, and the people who work for them. They aim to shine a spotlight on the hard working, talented teams in the county. There are 10 different categories in the awards, and the judging process is entirely independent.

Our Mental Health Boot Camp was held as part of Mental Health Awareness Week in May. The week focussed on stress, and the event aimed to help participants learn how to improve their mental health and wellbeing.  Adam King, Marketing and Key Account Manager, commented: “It’s great to be shortlisted as finalist for such an award. The campaign aimed to help reduce local stigma around mental health and increase awareness, as well as meet a number of business related objectives. The response was amazing and it was great to see a marketing campaign have such a positive effect on the lives of the people who engaged with it.’’

The Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 15 November at The County Ground, Northampton.

The Carlsberg UK Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards 2018/19 are now in their tenth year and are aimed at celebrating all that is great about local produce and drink, recognising excellence within the county’s dining venues and rewarding those who work so hard within the culinary sector.  St Andrew’s Healthcare are very proud to be shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Healthy Eating Workplace of the Year’ category (sponsored by C Butt Ltd), particularly as the judges were very impressed by the efforts of all the finalists in helping to make Northamptonshire’s workforce a fit and healthy one.


St Andrew’s Healthcare provides specialist mental healthcare for people with challenging mental health needs. They are a charity (registered charity number is 1104951) and their surpluses are reinvested in patient care; they have no shareholders or owners to pay dividends to, and  are proud to put people first.