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Candlelight Care in Wimborne has been presented with the Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award, five months after becoming the 190th organisation in the South West to adopt the Covenant.
Summer diets were forgotten this week when Candlelight Care in Wimborne held a cake sale in aid of The Alzheimer’s Society. A huge number of cupcakes had been baked by the staff, with one staff member baking over 200 by herself!
The first-ever company-wide Candlelight Care Outstanding Achievement Awards took place yesterday at a lovely country hotel in Somerset. There were twenty-six finalists who were chosen from over three hundred nominations received from colleagues and clients.
We are thrilled that the Mendip Men's Walk in March in aid of St Margaret's Hospice, Yeovil has now raised over £3,000.
Clients, family members and friends of Candlelight Care in Glastonbury were among the lucky guests at a community concert and tea party at King’s Bruton School last week. The event is a regular fixture at the school and guests were treated to seven solo performances and, following a ‘Harlequin’ afternoon tea, music from The King’s Military Band. We arranged for our clients to attend as part of the ‘Candlelight Community’ initiative, which organises events and outings for clients at various times throughout the year. Tracy Weare, Registered Manager of Candlelight Care in Glastonbury, said, “I am delighted that some of our clients were able to attend this wonderful event. We are very grateful to King’s Bruton School for the invitation.”
We are proud to become the 190th organisation to adopt the Armed Forces Covenant in the South West and be among the 1,300 businesses who have already made their pledges across the UK. The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise from the nation, ensuring that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly. Businesses, from sole-trader to multinational, public bodies or charities who wish to support the Armed Forces community can sign the Covenant and publicly declare their commitments.
The first ever Mendip Men's Walk in aid of St Margaret's Hospice will be taking place on Saturday 18th March 2017. Walking 6.5 miles from Wells Cathedral Green to Tor Rugby Club, Glastonbury, where you can enjoy a complimentary pasty and pint while watching the Six Nations Rugby match on the big screen. Full details and Entry Form will be available on our website soon or email: email@example.com
Care Coordinator Juliet Booth, Community Team Manager Jane Booth, and Junior Apprentice Scott Range were nominated in the ‘Outstanding Care Team’ category, and found out this week that they had reached the finals. They will discover if they have won the overall award in April.
The Sherborne branch of Save the Children has received a cheque from Candlelight Care in Sherborne for £61.50. The money was raised in December and is a combination of the proceeds of a raffle held at Candlelight Care’s Client Christmas Party, and the staff participation in ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ the following week. The cheque was presented by Lorna Kent, Registered Manager of Candlelight Care in Sherborne (pictured, left), and Amanda Bartlett (pictured, right), and was accepted on behalf of Save the Children by Jackie Brownjohn MBE (pictured, centre), who set up the Sherborne Branch of Save the Children 32 years ago.
Clients, family members and friends of Candlelight Care in Glastonbury were entertained by twelve members of the talented Chamber Choir from Bruton School for Girls this week. Almost thirty guests were treated to a programme of Christmas carols, songs and readings, whilst enjoying tea, coffee and mince pies. The event at Evercreech Village Hall was part of the ‘Candlelight Community’ initiative, which organises events and outings for its clients.