Brunelcare celebrates a successful 12 months

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Bristol-based long term care provider Brunelcare says 1999 was one of the organisation’s most successful years. Brunelcare’s chairman Philip Gray, speaking at the charity’s Annual General Meeting, said key achievements included beginning building work on the company’s new 62-bed home at Glastonbury. He also highlighted the expansion of Brunelcare’s community services, including the opening of a new day centre in Weston-Super-Mare, and the start of a 10-year plan to make substantial investments in housing improvements. “We have grown rapidly over the last decade, with our financial turnover more than doubling,” Mr Gray said. “Our successful expansion must be attributed to the formation of a series of partnerships with statutory agencies, our staff and customers.” Brunelcare’s chief executive David Herbert welcomed the review of the past year and said the charity would make a detailed response to the document by the end of May. “The review of services for older people is something we have a keen interest in and

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