Kate Emmott – Daughter Of Business Development Manager For Majesticare Wins Olympic Row Challenge

kate winner of rowing challenge.jpgThe 2012 ‘DFDS’ Olympic Row Challenge has been won by Kate Emmott.

Kate was thrilled to receive the challenge prize, a weekend for 2 in Amsterdam, courtesy of Fitness Challenge.

Kate a 1st year Sociology Student at Newcastle University plans to work in the mental health sector of the prison service after graduation.

Hoping to take her trip this summer with her friend, she said “I’m really looking forward to experiencing the different sights, sounds and culture the city of Amsterdam has to offer, I have never been there before which makes it even more exciting”.

Kate may be returning to Amsterdam in the future as she is looking to complete her 3rd year dissertation in either Amsterdam or Sweden. Julie Emmott BDM for Majesticare said “I am really proud that she has won – she is working so hard at University so to win this as well is an amazing achievement”.

Majesticare Enjoy A Royal Day Out At The Races

Erica J Hart, Managing Director of Majesticare invited Senior Managers and a number of Home Managers to Royal Ascot on Friday 22nd June 2012 in recognition of the company’s continued operational success. It was certainly a day to remember as the grand sum of £300 was raised via their charity bet which will be forwarded to the Alzheimers Society UK. Majesticare operates a “giving back campaign” which regularly supports a number of charities each year.

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Residents At Highfields Celebrate The Diamond Jubilee

 

Highfields Juliee.jpgMajesticare residents at Highfields Care Home have been busy celebrating the Queens Diamond Jubilee in style. Family, friends and staff all joined in the festivities to celebrate 60 years of Queen Elizabeth being in Throne.

Sue Hall and Linda Brumpton (pictured right) helped organise celebrations at Highfields Care Home, and got into the spirit of things by dressing up as two of the Beverley Sisters, while Chef Christine Logue prepared food that was fit for a Queen.