Community Wellbeing’s Liz Webster was nominated alongside Jo Payne and Gerald Collins for the Twitter Extraordinaire Award 2018 by the Tesco National Charity Partnership for her significant work across social media in regards to the Make, Move and Munch clubs programme across Sandwell.
Her tweets highlighted her dedication to healthy lifestyles and self-care, and getting those messages out into the community. This ties hand in hand with the award as it recognises individuals who have used Twitter in an original way to engage their followers in what they are doing for the National Charity Partnership.
Liz was slightly disappointed not to win but was to glad to have been nominated.
She said: “It was unfortunate not to win the award however it was great to receive acknowledgement for the engaging content I have been putting out across social media as well as being invited to the awards evening at the Park Plaza Embankment in London.”
PR, Marketing and Communications Officer, Anil Patel manages the social media platforms at The Kaleidoscope Plus Group and believes Liz was very deserving of her nomination.
He said: “Liz is a real advocate and pioneer of social media and takes full advantage of the platform.
“She consistently creates engaging content for both the Make, Move and Munch clubs and The Kaleidoscope Plus Group and it is no surprise that she was shortlisted for such a prestigious award.”