Meet the Castle Care Village - Castle Keep Team
Our trained team of professionals work together to create the best possible experience for those living in the home, striving to deliver excellent care services in a warm, homely environment. You can find out more about some of our wonderful staff members below:
Hello my name is Debbie and I am the General Manager for Castle Keep. Welcome to our website!
I have worked in the care sector for over 35 years, I have worked in a variety of care settings including 5.5 years in the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, I have also been a registered childminder. I started my career as a carer, and have worked my way up the career chain.
I am a registered nurse and have worked in various care settings including British Military Hospitals and medical centres in Germany, I have worked in private nursing homes, the NHS.
I am very passionate about nursing and care, I am a very strong advocate for person centred care and the care plans are individual and tailored to meet the needs of your loved one.
If there is any questions or queries you wish to ask please do not hesitate to give the home a call.
Hi, my name is Grace, and I am the Head of the Dementia Unit here at Castle Keep.
Hi, my name is Kim, and I am the Head of Willow Unit here at Castle Keep.
Hi, my name is Daisy, and I am the Administrator here at Castle Keep.
I have been an administrator for Barchester since 2017, and I have been at Castle Keep since March 2018. As Administrator, I deal with everything, from answering the phone through to payroll and HR. I’m always keen to help and will be happy to welcome you to Castle Keep.
Hi, my name is Lynne, and I am one of the Activity Coordinators here at Castle Keep.
Angie's uncompromising dedication to her work is an inspiration to all staff; not only has she welded a team together on the Dementia Care Unit, but she does not hesitate to help other staff throughout the home. On many occasions she has gone the extra mile by returning to the home on her days off, or on leave, to help out when there is a problem. Angie has served residents in the home for twenty years.
In 2016, Angie was named as a Divisional Winner for Memory Lane Champion in the Barchester Care Awards.