Long-serving staff thanked for their work by homecare provider

October 27 2017

A PERSONAL homecare provider in South Gloucestershire has celebrated four years of trading with a presentation to long-serving members of staff.

A PERSONAL homecare provider in South Gloucestershire has celebrated four years of trading with a presentation to long-serving members of staff.

Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire, based in Chipping Sodbury, provides home and live-in care to the elderly and adults with disabilities across the district from Thornbury to Charfield, from Yate to Almondsbury and all the surrounding towns and villages.

Managing director Jack Whitfield, said: “We never thought support for our work would have grown so quickly in such a short space of time.

“We prioritise ourselves on delivering a standard of care that must be good enough for our own parents.”

Mr Whitfield owns and manages the office with his wife, Sophie, and they still have three of their original five care workers with them - Karina Hale, Dawn Mortiboys and Tara Bees.

He said: “Our current staff roster includes mothers and daughters and cousins across two families. We aim to provide a high quality ‘home’ feel to the work we do.”

Flowers were presented to Karina and Dawn as a thank-you but Tara couldn’t make it as she was having a baby at the time.