Lime won the Highly Commended Award in the Design and Health International Academy Awards 2010 - 'Use of the arts in the the patient environment' section. This was for the Radcliffe, Moorgate, Ashton Primary Healthcare Centre public art schemes.
Macmillan Accreditation 2010 - The new national Macmillan Qualtiy Environment Mark was launched at the Tate Modern on 14th January 2010. Two cancer care centres which Lime was involved with were awarded the Mark: The Nightingale Centre and Genesis Prevention Centre in Manchester and the Macmillan Cancer Care Centre at Leighton Hospital in Crewe.
Highly Commended Award for Best Use of Visual Art in Healthcare, Building Better Healthcare Awards 2009. This award was won in partnership with Community Solutions for Primary care for arts projects across Ashton Radcliffe and Moorgate Primary Care Centres
A Commendation from the All Party Parlimentary Group on Maternity at Westminster was also well received for our work developing artistic projects in relation to breast feeding awareness.
Award Winner for Best Use of Visual Art in Healthcare, Building Better Healthcare Awards 2008. This award was won in partnership with MAST LIFTCO and the Manchester PCT for arts projects at new health facilities in Ancoats, Cheetham Hill and Brunswick. This prestigious award was presented at a ceremony at the Brewery in London on 13th November. Congratulations to all involved especially Lime Project Manager Rob Vale.
Special Commendation Award within the arts category of the North West Public Health Awards 08. This was for 'Losing It', a film made with young people in Manchester about alcohol issues. The project was funded by Manchester City Council (Neighborhood Renewal Funds). The Lime Project Manager was Kim Wiltshire.
Highly Commended Award for Best Use of Art in Healthcare Facilities, Building Better Healthcare Awards 2007. For a 42 square metre Architectural Art Glass Window and Film Installation in the Nightingale Centre and Genesis Prevention Centre in Manchester.
Runner up for the 'Outstanding Use of Art in Healthcare Facilities', NHS Building Better Health Care Awards 2006. This was for the extensive arts programme Lime developed for the Withington Community Hospital in Manchester. The comment from the judges was as follows: "For its community involvement creating a bold, colourful and stimulating scheme. An uplifting approach that should be commended for its production of a high quality arts master plan."Return to the top