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The Arts Team were delighted to run the Staff Benefits calendar competition once again, using owls as the theme for the 2018 edition.  This year we tied the competition into the Patient Experience Team’s Night Owls project, aiming to reduce noise on our wards to allow patients to enjoy a better night’s sleep.


We opened the competition up to include all creative talents (not just photography as in previous years) and were thrilled to see owls of all shapes and sizes submitted by our Trust’s very talented workforce.


Runners up:

 Non-winners montage - calendar 2017 - PHOTOSHOP FILE - Small




’OWL' Observe, Watch, Learn by Amanda Dean, Production Assistant in the Catering Department, York Hospital 

1 - JANUARY - SMALL - Amanda Dean 



Barney by Stephen Day, Transport Driver, York Hospital

2 - FEBRUARY - SMALL- Stephen Day 



Baby Owl by Lesley Carr, Generic Therapy Assistant in the Community Therapy Team, Malton Hospital

 3 - MARCH - SMALL - Lesley Carr



Oreo Owls by Joanne Dewire, Radiographer, York Hospital      

4 - APRIL - SMALL - Joanne Dewire 



An Owlet by John Javier, Health Care Assistant on Ward 25, York Hospital   

5 - MAY - SMALL - John Javier 



Two's Company by Margaret Pettit, Nurse Bank Assistant in the HR Nurse Bank Office, Scarborough Hospital         

6 - JUNE - SMALL - Margaret Pettit 



Nudge Nudge, Wink Wink! by Beverley Senturk, Patient Access Administrator in Outpatients, Scarborough Hospital

 7 - JULY - SMALL - Beverley Senturk



Sleeping Owl Tin made with Fimo Clay by Rachel Harrison, Clerical Officer in the Women's Unit, Scarborough Hospital

 8 - AUGUST - SMALL - Rachel Harrison



Another Day at the Office by Mandy Bardy and Charley Chambers, Cancer Pathway Co-ordinators in the Cancer Information Team, York Hospital  

 9 - SEPTEMBER - SMALL - Mandy Bardy Charley Chambers



Too Knit Too Woo by Alison Ruff, Physiotherapist in Physiotherapy Outpatients, Selby Hospital        

10 - OCTOBER - SMALL - Alison Ruff - revised version 



Eagle Eyed by Beverly Whitehurst, Chemotherapy Co-ordinator in Haematology/Oncology, York Hospital

 11 - NOVEMBER - SMALL - Beverly Whitehurst



Sweep Landing by Andrew Smith, S.A.T.O. in Pharmacy Aseptics, York Hospital       

12 - DECEMBER - SMALL - Andrew Smith


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