It’s been a busy few months for us at Broomfield Care. We have lots of ‘thanks’ and ‘congratulations’ in this blog.

Our first congratulations goes to Duncan at Down the Line Design & Marketing. He has recently had a new edition to his family, Little Evie, all are doing well, and Duncan seems to be coping with the sleepless nights!

We also have our first ever Broomfield Care baby! The lovely Sharon Middlemore gave birth to the gorgeous Tilly Rose, born 6lb 6ozs on the early hours of Wednesday morning. Both mum and baby are out of hospital and doing well at home.

Next we have our brilliant charity event the London Nightrider.

Broomfield Care taking part in the London Nightrider

Andrea and Allan Peck, and support driver Vicky had a great time. Andrea and Allan set off around 11.30pm on Saturday 8th June. They both cycled through the night, 100k to be exact, and returned back to Crystal Palace at around 8am. Both were tired but very pleased with their achievements. They both did amazing, and I was glad to be the back up driver even if we did nearly run out of petrol on the way home! Thanks to everyone who sponsored us. We had a target of £550 to raise for our charity Limbpower. However we reached nearly £700, which was a lot more than we had hoped for. We really appreciated everyone who put there hands in pockets and pledged.

Another congratulation goes to Judi Hill, for her completion of the Gloucester Race for life. Judi is one of our fabulous customers who took part in this event, in her wheelchair with the support of her friend Rachel. Not only did she complete the 5k race on 50 mins which was brill, but she also had the best ‘blinged up’ T shirt. Very impressed with your efforts!!!

Lastly just thought I would briefly introduce our new recruits. Our team has grown to six, and I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Lisa Stoddart, Anne Loomes and the ‘singing’ Sue Phillips to our staff team. Lots of experience and knowledge have added to our already brilliant team. Well done to Amy Gibbs on her completion of her second year social work degree and Jane Cowmeadow for being on the home stretch of her Nursing Diploma. Very proud of you all! Keep up the good work everyone.

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