Runwood Homes’ care homes launch brilliant blue light event
Teams with the Runwood Homes Group, including Maun View in Nottingham and Waterfield House in Hadleigh, Ipswich, are excited to start their Blue Light event, for all local emergency services and healthcare professionals.
The team are promoting the event with flyers and posters on display in the home and around the wider community. Lindsey Fletcher, the Customer Relations Manager at Waterfield House, is also eager to get out in the community, to personally invite professionals to the event.
Waterfield House will be hosting the event every third Thursday of the month, from 8am onwards. The team at Maun View hold theirs every Thursday from 9:30am to 11:30am. The event will see local professionals and teams within the community welcomed into the home for breakfast, where they will be able to enjoy a bacon roll and a cup of tea or coffee. Or, the amazing team will go out into the community visiting key workers, with a warm bacon roll in hand.
The team at Waterfield House and Maun View and their residents are so excited to host the event, to get to know the professional community and to build upon solid relationships and connections. Everybody at the home is also looking forward to expressing their thanks and gratitude for all the incredible work these teams do in the community, by setting them up with a nice breakfast for the day ahead or refuelling them after a busy night shift.
Over the coming weeks, Waterfield House’s Lindsey Fletcher, will be making her way around the town to invite members of the professional community to the event, and commented:
“I am really looking forward to starting our Blue Light Coffee Mornings at Waterfield House. It will be a great opportunity to express our thanks to those that work within and support our community. The idea is to build upon the connections we have with our professionals within the community in a relaxed and sociable environment.”
At Maun View, the entire team is playing their role in ensuring their blue light event is a success. The home’s chef is hard at work cooking up the bacon rolls, while Wellbeing Lead, Nia, Home Manager, Sam and Customer Relations Manager, Lydia, are involved in serving the key workers and advertising the event to the community.
Lydia Morris commented:
“It has been great fun launching the Blue Light Event. It is great to be able to give back to the key workers in our community and let them know how much we appreciate everything they do. We work really closely with these people, and it is vital we have a strong, healthy working relationship with them.”
Runwood Homes’ are continually finding new ways to connect with their community, hosting events at the home, getting out in the town with Runwood Homes branded goodies and playing an active part in community events and initiatives.
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