Audley Care acquires Wiltshire homecare company


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

Audley Care has acquired the White Horse Care Agency (WHCA) based in Marlborough, Wiltshire in what is likely to be the first of several acquisitions as Audley expands its homecare operation across the UK.

The WHCA was founded about four years ago, providing homecare to both private clients and Wiltshire Social Services. Audley chief executive Nick Sanderson, CEO said WHCA was a strategic acquisition.

‘The WHCA team is highly regarded and the client base is both secure and growing,’ said Mr Sanderson.

‘We are planning to recruit further to support planned business growth alongside the development of Inglewood, our nearby luxury retirement village development.’

Emma Palmer, the founder of WHCA, will continue in her role as director.

‘All of us at WHCA are delighted that we will be working with Audley as we share a common ethos of quality,’ said Ms Palmer. ‘My staff and I are all extremely optimistic about our future as part of the Audley family.’

With the acquisition of WHCA, Audley Care n





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