Hales Homecare recognises Jubilee care heroes

01 June | By

In commemoration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, regional homecare provider Hales Group recognises seven care workers for decades of outstanding service

This year has seen eleven Hales care workers celebrating their 10-year work anniversary, with many more colleagues also celebrating significant work anniversaries with one achieving an incredible 29 years of service.

With many branches seeing over 70 years of combined experience and incredible loyalty to the company and dedication to their duties, Hales Group have marked the occasion with special awards.

In honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Hales Group announces their own “Jubilee Heroes” – a group of seven dedicated care professionals who have dedicated their lives looking after the most vulnerable people in our society.

Hales Jubilee Care Heroes Awardees

  1. Alison Kingston-Miles, 29 years – The Old Maltings
  2. Carol Jacobi, 18 years – Scunthorpe
  3. Amanda Johnson, 13 years – Peterborough
  4. Lindsay Farrell – 10 years, Ashby Meadows
  5. Tanya Harries – 10 years, Grimsby
  6. Georgina Mobbs – 10 years, Peterborough
  7. Donna Sturman – 10 years, Lowestoft

Nicola Mewse, Hales Group Managing Director commented:We are incredibly blessed to have committed and selfless colleagues in the Hales Homecare team who like Queen Elizabeth have dedicated themselves to their duty, caring for the most vulnerable members of their communities.

All of our Homecare colleagues are heroes in our eyes but this once in a lifetime event of the Platinum Jubilee felt like the perfect opportunity to applaud and thank those who are truly outstanding.

As a symbol of gratitude for their loyalty, hard work and commitment, each of the Hales Jubilee Heroes will receive a Jubilee-themed Platinum Hero certificate as well as £70 in Care Friends points.

In addition, 23 care colleagues have also been awarded with Long Service Award certificates.

  1. Marisa Stockdale – 21 years
  2. Claire Cook – 19 years
  3. Sarah Tigue – 18 years
  4. Gemma Worby – 17 years
  5. Amanda Gilding – 16 years
  6. Joanne O’Neill – 16 years
  7. Shelley Ablett – 14 years
  8. Paul Phillips – 14 years
  9. Linda Firth – 13 years
  10. Heather Whitehead – 13 years
  11. Amie Banham – 12 years
  12. Elfa Pizica – 12 years
  13. Julie Williamson – 12 years
  14. Angela Birrane – 11 years
  15. Marc Keighley – 11 years
  16. Jessica Swan – 11 years
  17. Siobhan Whearty – 11 years
  18. Andrew Lewis – 10 years
  19. Louise Lines – 10 years
  20. Claire Niven – 10 years
  21. Stacey Smith – 10 years
  22. Sarah Watson – 10 years
  23. Oluwakemi Ajiboye – 10 years

Debbie Dennis, Hales Homecare, Head of Care, added: “We are so proud of all our care staff who have continued to show loyalty, dedication and passion to our service users. Without these care workers and indeed all our care workers we would not be able to provide the service that we do today and every day.”


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