When Sue Gill joined Goldcrest House twenty years ago, little did we or Sue know that she would make caring her lifelong commitment.
Sue joined us in 2001, the role developed so much so that she became a dedicated and accomplished carer supporting our residents.
Marking Sue’s huge commitment, we held a little house celebration to say thank you for her many years of service, especially the last year where her input during the pandemic went above and beyond to care for those most vulnerable and needy.
In typical Goldcrest House party mode nothing was spared in celebrating.
From her very own self-styled chocolate cake to an afternoon tea party, nothing was spared in celebrating this very special day.
Thank you Sue 💗
We’ll be raising funds by selling our home made boxes of cakes for £5 each throughout this month of March. To reserve your box place your order giving us three days notice, time for us to make them. See this fabulous box already baked and prepared.
In addition to selling these perfectly baked cakes we will also be be selling raffle tickets with a chance to win some great prizes.
Raffle tickets are 50p per strip.
Thanking you in advance for your support
We’ll keep you updated!
To mark World Cancer Day earlier this month Goldcrest House took action to show support and contribute to reducing the global impact of cancer by taking part in a 5k Challenge.
Just take a look at these medals and certificates of achievement! 👇
Taking on the challenge Kevin and Chris put on their running shoes and completed the 5k challenge in aid of CLIC Sargent the UK’s leading children’s cancer charity providing young cancer patients aged 0-25 and their families with the vital emotional, practical and financial support they urgently need.
“Well done guys we are so proud of you and your acheivement for World Cancer Day.”
World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4thFebruary and is the uniting global initiative under which the world comes together to raise the profile of cancer in a positive and inspiring way.