Pittaccios part with Westcliffe

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

Long term care doyen Tony Pittaccio and his wife Jacqueline have sold their 29-bed Westcliffe residential care home in Felixstowe, Suffolk after 28 years of ownership. They established the home in 1972. Upon his business retirement Mr Pittaccio told Caring Times that he would continue his involvement in long term care through his involvement with the British Federation of Care Home Proprietors (BFCHP) of which he was elected Life President in July, and through his membership of the European Confederation of Care Home Owners (ECHO).

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