Glasgow’s Lambhill Court Celebrates 16 Years in Elderly Care

May 15, 2012 | By | Reply More

Coinciding with their 16year anniversary, on Friday, 27thApril leading care home provider Lambhill Court hosted their monthly Tea Dance at 40 Lambhill Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow.

 

Formed in 1987, with five care homes for the elderly based in and around Glasgow and employing a 350-strong workforce, Lambhill Court Ltd has experience of more than 20 years in the care of elderly people and is an equal opportunities employer.

 

 

Our monthly Tea Dances provide an opportunity for people in the community to come enjoy themselves and mix with the residents and their families. Guests joined our celebrations from Hamiltonhill and Mair Street Sheltered Housing Associations. Lunch was served at 12:30pm followed by a special cake cutting ceremony to mark the home’s sixteen years and a speech from Mr Poddar. Glasgow entertainer, Bob Graham provided the entertainment for our celebrations well into the afternoon.

 

 

 

Sunita Poddar, Managing Director said: “Our strength lies in the excellent service we provide with particular attention paid to the individual care and needs of our residents. We aim to provide the highest standards of care and service to all the people we look after and this has remained constant across all our homes and contributed to their success within the local communities. This is something we intend to continue for many years to come”.

 

Lambhill Court’s Activities Team, Tommy Donegan and Mary Fox added: “Everyone enjoyed our anniversary celebrations and a favourite with residents at the home, Bob Graham. The home was decorated in banners and balloons to mark the home’s sixteen years and it looked superb. Our next big celebration is the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on June 5 and plans are well underway for that”.

 

 

 

 

www.lambhillcourt.ltd.uk

 

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