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You couldn’t have said it any better about the Brickyard. I’ve always been so fond of that race up until 2008, where the introduction of the COT plus the tire debacle really showed NASCAR for what it was becoming. Even seeing Jeff win in 2014 again at that track, you really couldn’t call it a good race, and NO ONE was there for it..
Having admitted the error the restaurant staff were very apologetic and when it came to the desserts went to lengths to investigate all the ingredients to be able to point out which ones were suitable. Our room was in the Courtyard section with rooms set around a beautiful and quiet square. The room was a very good size and had modern furnishings.
Celebrations at the ‘Ayrshire Achieves’ awards 2019 (Image: Handout,)Get the biggest stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe stars of NHS Ayrshire and Arran were celebrated at an awards night.Over 150 members of NHS staff, volunteers and members of the public gathered to support the 35 finalists in this year’s Ayrshire Achieves awards.John Burns, chief executive of NHS Ayrshire and Arran, said: “It was great to see so many staff, volunteers and members of the public and there was a real buzz about the place.”For the winners the phrase ‘to go the extra mile’ seems to have been coined with them in mind. They really have helped to the improve healthcare in Ayrshire and Arran.”I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate them and wish them the very best for the future.”Brolly good idea from savvy students at Kilwinning AcademyThe winners were:Chairman’s award The prison healthcare team provides an essential healthcare service to inmates in HMP Kilmarnock.William Cullen Award for excellence in teaching, presented by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Theundergraduate teaching programme at University Hospital Crosshouse has been extensively modified over the last eight years, catering for a large number of students from Glasgow University Medical School.Caring for people, incorporating the Isabella Kimmett Award The intensive care unit diary team uses patient diaries as a way of supporting the patient’s psychological recovery.Building relationships, joint winners The Kilwinning wellness model is a whole system model of child and adolescent mental health support. Kathleen Winter is a public health principal who leads on multi disciplinary awareness raising and training on the impact of adverse childhood experiences and trauma on life outcomes.Book festival aims to bring joy of reading to everyoneCaring for our staff Dr Julie Gordon, a consultant in emergency medicine, established the medical peer to peer support service, which offers support to colleagues who may be under stress and struggling to cope.Volunteer of the year Dr Lois Martin, vice chairperson of Crossroads, the South Ayrshire care attendant scheme.Leading by example Deborah Corrigan, a staff nurse on Iona and Lewis ward, was nominated by a student nurse who valued the support given to her throughout her mental health nurse training.Team of the year, Joint winners Ayrshire Maternity Unit transitional care team has introduced transitional care with the fundamental principle of keeping mother and baby together in a postnatal ward when the baby has modest additional care needs.