4th November 2017
Turn to Starboard’s Operation Manager has won an award at a special night of celebration.
Tamsin Mulcahy was crowned ‘Heroes Hero’ at the Help for Heroes Hero Awards at Tedworth House Recovery Centre in Wiltshire. Every year Help for Heroes celebrates the amazing people who support the organisation at the ceremony, and invited nominations from the public for someone who has changed their life for the better.
Tamsin, 26, received numerous nominations for her work helping wounded, injured and sick Servicemen, women and veterans at Turn to Starboard.
She said: “I was shocked and surprised to receive the award, yet absolutely delighted at the same time. To be nominated is a special honour and I’d like to say a huge thank you to everybody who took the time to nominate me.”
One of the nominations read out of the evening said: “Her infectious enthusiasm for what she does shines through and make everyone who attends a Turn to Starboard course feel like part of the family.”
Another commented: “Tamsin was at the forefront in helping me get through some very dark times, she has been and continues to be significant a inspiration to us all.”
A further comment read: “She is a truly inspiring young person and one service charities need to look after for years to come.”
The Help for Heroes Hero Awards were started in 2010 by the charity’s co-founders, Bryn and Emma Parry, as a way of saying ‘Thank-You’ to the people who support wounded, injured and sick Servicemen, women and veterans.