Home is where the heart is, or so the saying goes.
At Premier Care, we recognise that, which is why we offer such a personal service to you or your loved ones through our team of people who are experts in all matters of care in your own surroundings.
We want to enable our customers to help make their own decisions about what kind of care is most relevant for them, how often and in what way. In the communities in which we work, we are recognised as the experts in care in the home, supporting people with a wide range of needs including domiciliary care carrying out jobs such as helping at meal times, getting dressed and taking medication.
Our services also extend across the range of complex needs including re-ablement and specialist care and support for adults with mental health problems. Welcome to Premier Care.
'Songaminute Man' Teddy Mac releases his first ever single, which will raise funds for Alzheimer's Society.
The 80 year old, former Butlin's redcoat, who has dementia, is heading for the music charts after being signed up by Decca Records Label.
Shafts U14 have played 9 games this season, won 5, drew 1 but unfortunately have lost 3 leaving them 3rd in the League. The League has been extended to fifteen teams so a second place finish is a worthy target for the team. On a brighter the note the team are through to the semi finals of the league Knock Out Cup, having beat a division 1 side (Young Lions) in the quarter final by 3 goals to 2.
As ever, Shafts U14 are extremely grateful to their generous sponsors, Premier Care. This season some of the sponsorship money will be used to take the team to Blackpool in May to compete in a football competition there.
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