03
Jan

Radfield Home Care proudly announces AgeUK Buckinghamshire as a Community Partner

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Pictured: Matt Barnes, Director (2nd from left) & Katy Creswell, Care Manager (4th from Right) with the Age UK Bucks team and the donations for the Christmas Tombola

 

Radfield Home Care Wycombe, Beaconsfield & South Bucks is delighted to announce that, following the launch of its Community Partnership Scheme, it is now working closely with Age UK Buckinghamshire as one of its primary partners and charitable causes.



Matt Barnes, Director at Radfield Home Care Wycombe, Beaconsfield & South Bucks commented, “Working with the community is really important to us and we work closely with a number of businesses, organisations and individuals locally. One of our core values is being ’proud to care’, which not only places the focus on the high quality care we provide to our clients, but also our wider community.”

“Our local community is rich in resources and when we work together, utilising everybodys' strengths, the community benefits as a whole. Age UK Bucks work tirelessly in the local community for the benefit of older people and we are proud to support this charity and work as community partners moving forward.”



To celebrate the addition of Age UK Bucks as a Radfield Home Care community partner, Matt Barnes and Registered Manager, Katy Cresswell, visited the Age UK Bucks offices in Aylesbury and proudly donated a range of prizes for their Christmas tombola.

The tombola was part of the Christmas fair held in conjunction with Bucks Vision on the 23rd November at the Quarrendon & Meadowcroft Community Centre, to raise funds for charitable causes in the local area.


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