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Andrew Knight, managing director of residential care, Care UK, Phillip Steyn, regional director, Care UK, Aidan Dunn, director of resource management, Suffolk County Council, Tim Jennings, contract manager, Suffolk County Council

Care UK and Suffolk County Council scoop award

Care UK and Suffolk County Council scoop award

A ground-breaking project to deliver ten brand new care homes for Suffolk people has taken the top award at one of the most prestigious health and social care ceremonies in the country.
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Longridge

Unsafe care home placed in Special Measures

Longridge Care Home in Stafford has been rated Inadequate and placed in Special Measures by the CQC.
Louise Robinson CofE launch

Record dementia grant for Newcastle University

A record £1.7m dementia research grant has been donated to Newcastle University by the Alzheimer’s Society.
Commons

Care leaders give their take on Queen’s Speech

Care leaders have responded to the Government’s announcements on social care in the Queen’s Speech yesterday.
Ashley House

‘Dirty, smelly’ Essex care home to close

Ashley House care home in Chelmsford is to close after being rated Inadequate by the CQC, according to a press report.
Wren Hall

Nottinghamshire care home rated Outstanding

Wren Hall Nursing Home in Selston has been rated Outstanding by the CQC.
brexit

Surrey care home blames closure on Brexit

A Surrey nursing home, which was recently rated Inadequate by the CQC, has said it has being forced to close because of staffing problems worsened by Brexit.
150 Years German Red Cross: Senior Citizens Care

Short staffed care homes ‘failing elderly’

The residential care system is failing the elderly because of staff shortages, according to public service union UNISON.
NHS hospital

Devolution deal for health and care in Surrey

Heath and care organisations have signed to a devolution agreement to increase joined up working in Surrey.
Mayor Cllr Eve Keenan at a bake sale fundraiser for the home

Pupils to transform care home garden

Pupils from Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary School in Rotherham are set to transform a care home garden as part of a young leadership project.
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