NatWest funds Hereward’s growth

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

Domiciliary and residential care provider Hereward Care Services is planning to expand its range of care services for the Peterborough area following the agreement of a flexible funding package with NatWest. With headquarters at Chiltern House, Hereward provides a range of homecare and residential care services in eastern England, supporting people of all ages and disabilities. The company focuses on providing care to those with learning difficulties and specialist daily care to service users in their homes. Directors John Smith, Mark Hubble, Edward Tyner and Paul Kotowski have a combined total of more than 70 years’ experience as care providers. The NatWest funding package will help Hereward to increase its range of services through expansion of both the residential and homecare services across the region. “We are expanding as an organisation and believe in the controlled growth of care provision,” said director Mark Hubble. “With funding in place we can now expand the range of care services we offer

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