Basildon care home honours 100-year old residents and staff

Credit: Echo-news

A care home in Basildon has honoured its residents who have made it to 100 and staff who are celebrating their tenth anniversary of working there.

Mundy House acknowledged its staff and the significant milestones in an awards ceremony held on New Year’s Eve.

The event was attended by deputy mayor of Basildon Danny Lawrence.

Three residents received special recognition, Rose Avery, 109, Ivy Aylott, 106 and Nora England, who recently turned 100.

Josi George, manager at Mundy House, said: “We are one big family at Mundy House and it is a very special place to be. I wanted a create an event which would allow us to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our staff, but also recognise our residents and what outstanding people they are.”

15 long-serving members of staff were awarded, as well as ten residents’ families for their ongoing support to the care home.

Ms George said: “They never cease to amaze me, and their families have become an extension of our working family, while providing an incredible amount of support.

“I would like to continue this event and I would like to thank Deputy Mayor Cllr Danny Lawrence, who was here to celebrate the inaugural awards.”

Leave a Reply

Close Menu

Join The Campaign

To keep up to date with the latest campaign news and developments and help improve quality of care in this country, click on ‘Join our Campaign