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Care UK supports London Pride

Care UK supports London Pride

Twenty-five Care UK team members paraded down the streets of London to show their support to London Pride as part of the care home group’s policy of equality and diversity.

Lies, deception, murder........ Secret Lives

Lies, deception, murder........ Secret Lives

An exciting new six part series following the lives of several individuals and their families in Britain and Europe before and through the First World War. https://www.amazon.co.uk/1913-Secret-Lives-Carole-McEntee-Taylor-ebook/

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Surrey care home wins approval of national care inspectors

Surrey care home wins approval of national care inspectors

A national care watchdog has given a care home in Surrey the seal of approval, with relatives and residents praising its caring and attentive team members.

Housebuilder’s donation helps Maidenhead church expand its facilities

 Housebuilder’s donation helps Maidenhead church expand its facilities

A Maidenhead church has received a donation from a regional builder to help its 2020 Vision project achieve its aim of providing improved community facilities. St Mark’s Crescent Methodist Church was chosen by Persimmon Homes N

Stroke expert on hand at Ascot care home

Stroke expert on hand at Ascot care home

A care home in Ascot is inviting the local community to its free ‘Stroke Awareness’ event.

Housebuilder’s cash boost to help refurbish charity’s sensory room

 Housebuilder’s cash boost to help refurbish charity’s sensory room

A regional builder has given a cash donation to help a High Wycombe charity refurbish a much-needed sensory room for youngsters with severe learning difficulties. Action for Children received a donation of £1,000 from Persimmon

Housebuilder helps Thames Hospice provide bereavement support to children

Housebuilder helps Thames Hospice provide bereavement support to children

A Maidenhead-based housebuilder has donated £1,000 to help a hospice provide bereavement support for children who have lost a parent. Thames Hospice, based in Windsor, received the donation from Persimmon Homes North London thr

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