A Sign Of The Times

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Pictured: Hanging Sign Outside Of Stamford Branch

The signs have gone up to mark the arrival of a new Home Care Provider in Stamford. Local couple, James and Stefania Beech, established Radfield Home Care Stamford, Peterborough & Rutland to support older people maintain their independence in their own homes.


James explains, “There is significant growth in the ageing population and a trend towards people wanting to remain living at home for as long as they can. We aim to help make that possible by providing support with a wide range of services, whether that be companionship and help with the housework or more specialist support with personal care and conditions such as Dementia.”

James and Stefania were inspired to start the business after experiencing the challenges of supporting ageing parents first-hand. James explains, “Stefania’s mother lived in Geneva at the time of her death, so the difficulty of being able to ensure that the right level of high quality and caring support was available at the right time was something that really struck a chord with us. It inspired us to provide a high-quality home care service to make a difference in a community which we both love.”

James continues, “Our aim is to deliver the highest quality care and we firmly believe that this begins with recruiting and investing in the right people. To that end, we have taken the decision to become an accredited Living Wage employer and adopted a ‘Caring for Carers’ pledge to demonstrate our commitment to our staff. This feeds into our ethos of providing Exceptional Care by Exceptional People.”


Radfield Home Care’s office is co-located with the Stamford Osteopathic Clinic in Great Casterton. The building was previously known as The Plough Inn, and Radfield were able to use the old pub fixtures to secure their external signage, erected by another local company, Barker Sign Services.

radfield employer living wage accreditation 


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