Harleston House in Lowestoft, Suffolk has become the third Greensleeves Care home to gain CQC ‘outstanding’.
Greensleeves Care has been awarded Silver accreditation by Investors in People for its commitment to workforce training and development.
Since joining Greensleeves Care as chief executive in 2013, Paul has led a strategy of sustainable growth through a planned programme of acquisitions and development activity. As a result, Greensleeves Care is on target to double the amount of older people it supports within five years.
National charity Greensleeves Care has acquired Rose Cottage care home in Broughton near Huntingdon.
Independent not for profit finance provider Allia has raised more than £250m of bonds to support charities and deliver social impact.
The Briars is Greensleeves’ second Outstanding home after its Broadlands service near Lowestoft celebrated the achievement in November last year (see Greensleeves celebrates first Outstanding care home).
A Retail Charity Bond launched by Greensleeves Care on the London Stock Exchange this week has raised £33m.