Care UK shows steady growth


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

Pre-tax profits at Care UK for the six months to March 31st 2001 rose 10 per cent to £3.2m. Turnover rose 25 per cent despite a delay with a multi-million pound contract for the management of seven EMI homes for Surrey County Council.





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