Press release: Health and Social Care staff and senior leaders among those praised in New Year Honours

first_img NHS Chief Executive Simon Stevens and Professor Dame Sally Davies, former Chief Medical Officer, among those honoured This list celebrates the achievements and service of extraordinary people across the UK I’m delighted to see health and social care sector staff get the recognition and thanks they so rightfully deserve. Lyn Romeo has worked tirelessly to raise the profile of social work and social care, making a real difference to people’s lives across the UK, and I want to congratulate her today. This year’s new year honours list celebrates the incredible work taking place in the health and social care sector all around the UK.Among the senior leaders named is Professor Dame Sally Davies, the government’s Chief Medical Officer between 2011 and 2019, the NHS Chief Executive, Simon Stevens, and Chief Social Worker, Lyn Romeo.Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock said: Also recognised in this year’s honours list were several nurses, midwives, paramedics and surgeons who have dedicated their lives to supporting the NHS.center_img It’s fantastic to see so many of our incredible NHS and social care staff recognised for their incredible achievements. In particular, Professor Dame Sally Davies had an extraordinary impact during her time as Chief Medical Officer, including her revolutionary efforts in the fight against antimicrobial resistance and leading the UK’s response to recent health emergencies. I’m delighted her unfaltering determination to improve the nation’s health is being celebrated. I love the NHS and am immensely proud of the incredible work it does. I want to thank Simon Stevens for his excellent work over the last 5 years and congratulate him on being recognised for that. Health and social care sector recognised in the new year honours list 2020 Also receiving an honour is Lyn Romeo, who became Chief Social Worker in 2013.Minister for Care Caroline Dinenage said:last_img read more

Stencilled Cupcakes

first_imgQ: How do you get that wonderful shiny gold finish on your stencilled cupcakes?A: It is not difficult at all, you just need a good quality cake stencil – Lindy’s Cakes sells a good selection and some white vegetable fat.I use Trex, and some edible gold lustre dust, I find that the Squires Kitchen lustres give you the most brilliant finish. Place your chosen cake stencil on some freshly rolled out sugarpaste. Press down on it with a smoother, or something similar, to force the sugarpaste up to the top surface of the stencil.Smear white vegetable fat over the stencil to act as a glue. Then using a soft dusting brush liberally dust over the stencil with the edible dusting powder. Remove any excess and carefully lift the stencil to reveal a gorgeous metallic pattern. Use the sugarpaste to decorate cupcakes or cookies.Good luckDo you have a question for the Cake Doctor? Send it to: [email protected] Lindy Smith’s websitelast_img read more