Royal Visit Will Recognise Long-serving Carers

  |  Published: Jun 22nd 2015
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His Royal Highness (HRH) The Duke of Gloucester will attend a Garden Party, hosted by  Buckinghamshire based home care agency Universal Care, to present long service awards to seven carers who have worked for the company for up to 20 years.

The Garden Party is an annual event, held to thank both carers and clients for their support, but this is the first time that royalty has attended the party, as Peter Cullimore, Chairman of Universal Care explains: "We are honoured and very  grateful that HRH The Duke of Gloucester is able to spend time with us to celebrate the great contribution our carers have made over many years.

"Our carers are very special people who provide care to older people in the comfort of their own homes, allowing them to remain amongst familiar surroundings rather than living in a nursing home or spending long periods of time in hospital."

The Garden Party will also be attended by Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher and other local dignitaries.

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