A decade of dedication at Wisbech care home
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A care assistant and home trainer at Hickathrift House in Marshland St James have received a prestigious long service award in celebration of working at the healthcare company for a decade.
Louise Pegg, now a care assistant, started at Barchester in January 2015 as a kitchen assistant and bank care assistant.
She moved to the care department in June 2014.
Elizabeth Hodgkiss, now home trainer, started as a care assistant and worked her way up to a senior position in February 2011, also working within the laundry and cleaning team during this time.
She became the home trainer in July 2012.
To celebrate their achievement they were presented with a bouquet of flowers and given a crystal award and a gift card.
Jayne Masterson, Hickathrift House general manager, said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating 10 years of loyal service with Elizabeth and Louise. They have both demonstrated their dedication and loyalty to this home and its residents year after year.
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“I speak for all of us here at Hickathrift House when I say that I’m looking forward to many more years of working with them both.”