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Moat House Care Home Helps Hinckley Based Homeless Charity

Moat House Care Home Helps Hinckley Based Homeless Charity

Residents at Burbage-based Moat House Care Home proudly presented a cheque on behalf of the home for an astounding £25,000 to Emmaus, a Hinckley based homeless charity.

Dave Lock, Managing Director for Moat House said, “When I heard about the amazing work Emmaus do in our local community and how fundraising has been increasingly difficult with the closure of its charity shops during covid restrictions, we knew we had to help.”

Emmaus supports people to work their way out of homelessness, providing meaningful work, training, support and a stable home for as long as someone needs it in Leicestershire and Rutland.

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Residents go vegan and discover there is far more to Veganuary than ‘meats’ the eye!

With veganism becoming one of the UK’s fastest growing lifestyle movements and with an estimated 7,000 vegetarians and vegans in residential and nursing care homes, Hospitality Manager, Rebecca Lambert at Moat House Care Home decided to introduce residents to the plant-based diet by holding a vegan festival during the month of January, or better known as ‘Veganuary’.

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Kenny Nelson newly appointed Business Director at Adept Care Homes

Adept Care Homes continues to expand its team and is delighted to welcome Kenny Nelson as its newly appointed Business Director for its Midlands-based care homes.

Kenny brings with him a wealth of experience and extensive knowledge following 7 years working alongside Adept Care Homes as Relationship Director with RBS and later, as Senior Director, Health & Social Care with CYB (Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank).

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Moat House is Measuring Up The Competition.

Residents at family-run Moat House Care Home are rolling up their sleeves to take part in a sunflower growing gardening competition where they hope to win up to £100 for the care home’s residents’ social fund.

“We have had a lot of fun, tending to our sunflowers for the competition, We even sing to them. I’ve always loved getting out in the garden, it really is a passion of mine. The competition whilst a bit of fun, would be fantastic to win, a great team effort!” explained Peter Stowe, a resident gardener at Moat House.

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