Brendoncare appoints new chairman


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

Not-for-profit provider Brendoncare, which operates seven care homes in the south of England, has appointed Jeremy Delmar-Morgan as its new chairman. Mr Delmar-Morgan is chairman of the London-based independent stockbrokers, Teather & Greenwood, and owns Opera Delmar, a travelling opera company which performs mainly for charities. He is also a director of the London Symphony Orchestra, a trustee of The Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society which provides respite care for ex-service men and women in residential homes, and chairman of Eagle Crown Productions Limited. “Brendoncare is at the forefront of elderly care, setting standards which other care organisations aspire to,” Mr Delmar-Morgan said. “The charity has ambitious plans for expansion and I hope to use my experience and contacts to help ensure success and spread the word about Brendoncare¹s excellent work. Having visited the seven homes, I was very impressed by the quality of care being provided by the staff and also by the charity¹s resources and faci





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