Maintenance man thrown surprise party to celebrate contribution to Wisbech care home

PUBLISHED: 09:43 11 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:43 11 February 2013

Michael Green poses with cake and champagne at his retirement party

Michael Green poses with cake and champagne at his retirement party

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WISBECH maintenance man Michael Green was thrown a surprise retirement party with cake and champagne after deciding to leave Rose Lodge Care Home following ten years of service.

He also received a 10 Year Service Award from Barchester Healthcare in acknowledgment of his work with the home’s residents and their relatives.

Anne Driscoll, General Manager of Rose Lodge said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating ten years of loyal service with Michael.

“He has demonstrated his dedication and loyalty to this home and its residents year after year.

“I speak for all of us here at Rose Lodge when I wish Michael many happy years of retirement.”

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