Wynbrook raises £5,000 for hospice

Photographer Angela Ward Managing Direrctor of Wynbrook arrives at Beaumond House Community Hospice in Newark to present a cheque for £5000 from fund raising events to Sharron (correct) Cawthorne fund raising officer at the Hospice

Care home construction company Wynbrook has raised £5,000 for Beaumond House Community House in Newark.

Employees raised £2,800 from various activities, including the Tough Mudder challenge and their 30th anniversary celebrations, with the company’s directors agreeing to match their total.

Mike Day, managing director at Wynbrook, (pictured with Beaumond House fundraising officer Sharron Cawthorne) commented: “It is our pleasure to be able to support local charities like this.

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“We chose Beaumond House because we see the great care they provide for their patients, and with our background in building care homes, we saw it as a fitting way to give back to the community.”

Wynbrook was founded in 1986 and began as a small housing and development company. The business is now a well-established specialist in the design and build of bespoke award winning properties.

The company recently rebranded to reflect its specialist divisions. Wynbrook Care Home Build is its division that specialises in care home development.

Its most recent work being Kiwi House, a £7.8m development which opened in Derby featuring ensuite wet rooms, Jacuzzi baths, as well as its own pub and cinema (see Adept Care handed keys to ‘luxury hotel’ home).

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