Statement on verdict at Julie Sayles hearing at Hull Crown Court under the Proceeds of Crime Act

Posted on 5 September 2018

In June 2017 Julie Sayles was convicted of fraud by abuse of position against a vulnerable older person and received a nine year sentence. On 30 August 2018 she was ordered to pay back monies she had defrauded as a result of those offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act after a hearing at Hull…

Introducing our new manager at Redcot care home

Posted on 5 September 2018

Sharon Fields is the new manager at our Redcot care home in Haslemere, Surrey. Residents tell us that it is a pleasure living at Redcot because of the relaxed atmosphere and excellent staff. The home is also set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by countryside, much of which is owned by the National Trust. Sharon…

British Airways treat 99-year-old Mary to VIP trip to Ireland

Posted on 3 September 2018

Mary Parsons, a 99-year-old resident at our Davenham care home in Malvern, enjoyed the surprise trip of a lifetime to help British Airways mark its 99th year in the air. Derek Tennant, a British Airways ambassador, surprised Mary at the home, revealing that he was taking her to Belfast for the weekend to spend time…

109th birthday celebrated at Woking care home

Posted on 14 August 2018

Bernard Sunley care home in Woking, run by charity Friends of the Elderly, celebrated the 109th birthday of one of its residents, Kay Hurley, on 6 August. The team at Bernard Sunley threw a party for Kay to celebrate with cocktail tasting, cake, music and flowers for the birthday girl. Born in County Kildare in…

Bournemouth care home is buzzing as it welcomes bee hive

Posted on 1 August 2018

  Our Bournemouth care home, the Retired Nurses National Home run by charity Friends of the Elderly, has welcomed a hive of bees to the grounds of the home. The swarm, which contains approximately 1500 bees, is being cared for by staff at the home with support of the local beekeeping association. The residents are able…