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Camden Mayor Thanks Care Workers for Long Service

A Camden care home and extra care facility has hosted a staff celebration to show thanks to staff and recognise a combined total of 443 years of service.

The Mayor of Camden, councillor Nasim Ali OBE, cabinet member for Health, Wellbeing and Adult Social Care, councillor Anne Wright, and councillor Kemi Atolagbe – as well as CEO for Shaw healthcare, Russell Brown – were some of the guests who gathered at Maitland Park Care Home and Gospel Oak Court to thank staff for their hard work and commitment to the services.

The celebrations included welcome drinks of Bucks Fizz and mulled wine and certificates and chocolates presented to each staff member, with a special mention to support worker, Stephen Cullimore. Stephen joined Maitland Park over 20 years ago and during his time at the home gained a diploma in Dementia Care Awareness.

Service manager at Maitland Park, Benjamin Oni, said: “It has been a wonderful afternoon and we are delighted to welcome the mayor and many other special guests. I am very proud of the team here and it is wonderful to see them being recognised and thanked for their dedication to both Maitland Park and Gospel Oak Court.”

Both services are operated by Shaw Healthcare on behalf of Camden County Council.


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