RBS funds Allied Care purchases


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

Wesley Limited, through its healthcare arm, Woking-based Allied Care, has expanded its care home operations with the purchase of two new homes, and moved into the provision of children’s nursery facilities through a nursery acquisition all funded by The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).

Allied Care currently operates 64 care homes across the country engaged in the provision of care services in the adult learning difficulties sector. The company has purchased a further two homes – The Gables in Wiltshire and Park Lodge in West Sussex, providing a fur





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