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Catherine Hainey

Catherine has worked at Alexandra Court for 16 years and is responsible for supporting residents, staff and relatives with the administration and financial running of the home. Catherine also provides a comforting smile and a warm welcome to families visiting the home.

Judith Hall

I am delighted to join the Worplesdon View team and to support residents and families in the home. This is a very interesting role for me following a career in public relations, as I am fortunate to meet and help so many different people. I hope to be a useful addition to Worplesdon View and look forward to meeting everyone.

Scarlet Leatham

Involved in the care sector for over 15 years, I have been the Activities Coordinator here at Milford House for over five and am passionate about creating a varied and interesting programme of group and individual activities that promote the overall well-being of residents and meet their needs and interests.

Working with the residents, my team, other care staff, families, friends and volunteers, the aim is to make Milford House a welcoming, inclusive, vibrant, fun and supportive place to live.

Sheila Rogan

I have worked at Leonard Lodge since the doors opened 15 years ago, I started as a laundry assistant and have worked my way up to Head Housekeeper. I pride myself in ensuring a clean, fresh and inviting environment for residents, visitors and staff. I have also recently received my 15 year long service award which was presented at our anniversary party. I have three grown up daughters, one who lives in Australia, one grand -daughter and I am awaiting the arrival of a new Grandchild early next year!

Alison Jones, Heather Lowndes & Jo Whitley

We all know that keeping active is important. We have created a wonderful culture within the home and we work together to give our residents the best possible experience. We are here to ensure that residents enjoy an environment that is both stimulating and socially active. We ensure the team knows each resident’s preferences in order to deliver a person-centered program of events and activities. Essential to our homely feel is the strong relationships of trust we build with our residents and their families and friends.

Pauline Stearman

Pauline transferred from Cherry Trees Care Home in January 2013 where she had been the Administrator since the home opened in June 2003. Having relocated to Warwick in 2010, Cubbington Mill is less than five miles away from the town so Pauline was delighted the opportunity arose for her to take over the role of Administrator at this Barchester home.

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