Fremantle Trust wins Bedfordshire contract

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

A new contract to provide care services at six learning disability homes in north Bedfordshire has been awarded to not-for-profit provider The Fremantle Trust.

Currently, Bedfordshire Primary Care Trust (PCT) commissions services for adults with learning disabilities from the Bedfordshire and Luton Mental Health Partnership Trust. This totals 120 people in privately owned residential homes.

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