Bosence Farm wins Best Third Sector Business award

Marks 20th anniversary of Bosence Farm and 5th year of its Boswyns detox centre. Click headline for details.



Kate Cooke - Bosence FarmBosence Farm Community is very thrilled to be named Best Third Sector Business at the Cornwall Business Awards.

The charity provides residential rehabilitation and detoxification services, and is the only specialist detox and stabilisation centre in Cornwall. The finalists were selected for ‘having exceeded expectations and forecasts’ and ‘having demonstrated tangible evidence of success and a clear and compelling vision for the future.’ The runners up in this category were Cornwall Air Ambulance and Shelterbox

CEO Kate Cook said; “We are absolutely thrilled to be named as the winner of this prestigious award. This year is a very special year for us: it marks the 20th year of Bosence Farm opening its doors, and the 5th year of existence of Boswyns, our detox centre. The whole team has worked incredibly hard to make sure we continue to develop to be a centre of excellence at the forefront of innovative and drug alcohol treatment.”

The event, showcasing the best and the brightest of Cornwall’s business community, marked the tenth anniversary of the awards, organised by Cornwall Development Company in partnership with Business Cornwall Magazine and Cornwall Chamber of Commerce.

Winners came from far and wide across Cornwall as businesses from almost every part of the county took to the stage to be presented with their awards by TV space scientist, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE.

CDC chief executive, Suzanne Bond, said:  “Every year, it gets harder for our independent judges to choose the winners. The creativity, talent, and success stories in the room were all hugely inspiring and everything points towards an exciting future for business in Cornwall.”