Majesticare Support Macmillan In Memory Of Roy Thomas

Tewkesbury Fundraiser.jpgMajesticare presented a cheque to fundraiser Katherine North from Herefordshire Macmillan Cancer Relief branch.

Roger Pratap, Chairman of Majesticare commented “As a company, we are always seeking new opportunities to support charities; We chose the Hertfordshire Macmillan Cancer charity in memory of Roy Thomas who was WM Powells (builders) Managing Director.” Roger went on to say “In memory of Roy we are donating £500 to the charity. Roy was involved in a development project for a Majesticare home in Tewkesbury but sadly passed away due to cancer and never had the opportunity to see the project completed.”

Ross Court invited a special guest, a 19 year old pony called Bobby; Majesticare sponsored the pony a year ago and since then the residents and staff visit the Herefordshire branch of RDA. Recently they had a suprise visit when the previous owner brought Bobby to the home.

The staff of the home are also involved with the Ross Town event by entering the Pancake race, and are cleaning shoes dressed as victorians to raise money for comic relief day.

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Sampford Care Home Sponsor Local Canoeist

Tim Escott, a local student from Melksham Oak Community School has recently been sponsored by Majesticare so that he could purchase a new canoe to compete in competitions.

Linda Benison, Majesticare said “Tim is a local student doing very well; when we discovered he was looking for sponsorship we contacted our Business Development Manager whom was very interested in supporting him. I am proud that we were able to help.”

Tim is very passionate about the sport and has recently been in France competing at national level for Team GB against countries from across the globe. Whilst there, he achieved 8th place in a 2k race and 10th place in a 200m race.

Julie Emmott, Business Development Manager for Majesticare said “I am very proud that we are able to support Tim and Team GB through our sponsorship. This is an exciting time to be involved with sporting activities with the run up to the 2012 Olympics, and it is also an opportunity to promote an interest in the sport as well as getting people active.”

This sponsorship comes in a long list of support Majesticare Homes offer to communities and charities in the local area.

Twins celebrate 90th Birthday

A surprise party was held for Lincoln Born twins Iris Claughton and Reg Congo ahead  of their 90th Birthday.

were treated to  celebrations  by their family. Reg is a resident at St
Pauls. He was a gunner in the Navy during the Second World War and ward
as builder afterwards.

Daughter in Law Sue Claughton said during the celebrations there were “tears all round”

March 8th 2011