The UK Blog Awards was held last night at the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster Bridge, London.
The Awards is the biggest influencer recognition event of the year in the UK, bringing together digital leaders and rising stars of the influencer industry.
The evening offered the opportunity for the finalists to be acknowledged for their content achievement and provided a unique opportunity to promote all attendees and companies in attendance to other industry professionals, brands and media on the night.
Psychreg is honoured to be one of the eight finalists and was highly commended alongside Cancer Research UK for the Health and Social Care Category (Company). The winner was #MentalMovement, a multi-author blog established to provide support to people on long waiting lists for mental health services in the UK. The winner for the individual entrant was Lauren Cara.
The Health and Social Care Category was sponsored by Hammersmith Books, an independent publishing house producing book for general readers and health professional that promote better understanding of health issues through greater knowledge of the human body and mind, with a particular emphasis on controversial themes that challenge received wisdom.
The judges for the category were Georgina Bentliff, founder of Hammersmith Books, and Dr Rupy Aujla, an NHS GP and Emergency Medicine who started The Doctor’s Kitchen.
Psychreg is grateful to have reached this stage and would like to thank all its readers and supporters.
You can see last year’s blog awards here.
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