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Community newsletter!

Throughout the past 6 months we have been creating a newsletter each month for the carers and clients to read alike. At first we did not have a lot of content to go around but soon the ideas came flowing with regular things to write about as well as including our own animal friends gallery each month where people can spot the lucky furry friends of the month.

The above is an extract from our first newsletter created back in October of 2022. We had a lot of celebrate animal wise that month with our Registered Manager Rebecca gaining a new family member Cooper (pictured above) and our mission to rescue a stray cat near the office grounds who has now found her forever home with myself.

In creating the newsletters over the past six months I have learned a lot and have come to include educational aspects of care as well as local events and a section on recognising our carers and all the hard work they do in our new carer compliments section. This allows us to spread good news throughout the company, recognising our staff for their hard work and achievements and allowing our clients the opportunity to see into our business which is more like a family.

The above is an extract from a later issue being published in January 2023. We have now evolved with the newsletter to focus on bringing a professional and coherent look which shall continue to feature in our future newsletters which we have now recently opened up to the clients and their family members to enjoy as well.

Everyone is welcome to contribute to our newsletter, the more we wish to share within our community the better and they provide a highlight to the end of each month to see how much we have achieved. If you are interested in joining our newsletter, please let us know by emailing

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