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Taking care over a decade earns awards
6:10am Tuesday 13th May 2014 in News
FOUR women at a Kidderminster care home have received 10 year-long service awards in celebration to mark their time working for Barchester Healthcare.
The quartet have worked with residents of Hollyfields and their relatives to ensure their needs have been met over the years in all departments.
They were Anniesha Obrien, senior care assistant, Donna Reeves, head housekeeper, Ruth Deakin, care assistant and Jo Fish, chef.
Jeremy Coleman, human resources director at Barchester, said: " I'm always very pleased to hear stories about the long service of Barchester staff and I'm delighted Anniesha, Ruth, Donna and Jo have achieved this milestone.
"It is dedication like this that ensures our residents are provided with a happy place to live."
Jane Pye, general manager of Hollyfields, said: "We are delighted to be celebrating the 10 years of loyal service and dedication these ladies have shown to this home and its residents, year after year.
"I speak for all of us here at Hollyfields when I say that I'm looking forward to many more years working with them."
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