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Gretton House worker is presented with prize by Brendan Cole of Strictly Come Dancing fame at Caring Homes Group Recognition Awards




A residential home in Gretton is celebrating success at Caring Homes Group Recognition Awards.

Sue Croker, who works as a housekeeper at Gretton House, won ancillary worker of the year for leading an initiative to involve supported individuals with jobs around the home which helped them feel included and empowered.

The award was announced by Brendan Cole, from Strictly Come Dancing, at a ceremony on June 14 at the Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire.

From left to right: Award's host Brendan Cole, Sue Croker, Housekeeper, Gretton House and Jamie Hamblin from award sponsor Zenith Hygiene Systems, at the Caring Homes Group Recognition Awards: celebrating 25 years' in business. (13233542)
From left to right: Award's host Brendan Cole, Sue Croker, Housekeeper, Gretton House and Jamie Hamblin from award sponsor Zenith Hygiene Systems, at the Caring Homes Group Recognition Awards: celebrating 25 years' in business. (13233542)

Sue said: "At Gretton House we work to deliver the best care for each of our supported individuals and always happy to go the extra mile to ensure everyone is experiencing life to the full."



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