It was a Red carpet affair for all involved at local care home in Longbridge.

The Meadows Rose care home situated in Longbridge, held an Oscar style awards evening to celebrate and honour residents, staff, relatives and volunteers.

The purpose-built home which houses up to 49 residents, has a true community presence, which much is owed to the dedication of those who work, volunteer and have relatives who reside there.

Manager of Meadow Rose, Steven said:- “It’s a privilege to work in our residents homes, this is where they are cared for and relatives believe and trust us with their loved ones.

“Every service was recognised, from the Doctors that visit to the outstanding housekeeper”

Councillor Griffiths “I was proud to present one of the awards for recognising volunteers. Many services in our Ward would not be able to be successful with out the time and effort volunteers put in.”

Councillor Andy Cartwright said “Well done too The Meadows Rose nursing home for recognising the outstanding hard working staff, dedicated volunteers, relatives and residents.”

He added “Care is such a hard physical and mental job, the staff here are a credit to the service.”

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