Campden Home Nursing teams up with local artist

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on May 3, 2020.

Waiting for the Others, by Andy Furgusson

We are delighted to be working with talented local artist Andy Fergusson who, over the coming weeks, will be painting a portrait of Jecca Brook, founder of Campden Home Nursing. The painting will mark our 30th anniversary and will hang in pride of place at our office HQ in Chipping Campden. Andy was born in […]

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Shepherds Close is blooming lovely!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on May 2, 2020. Tags: , , ,

The beautiful garden at Shepherds Close, Chipping Campden, was  due to open to the public on 22nd May. Sadly, due to Coronavirus, this will not now be taking place. However, we recently caught up with owner, Rita Down, to ask how the garden was coming along, so we could update fans of the garden. Rita […]

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Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on March 5, 2020.

Staff at Da Luigi Bistro in Chipping Campden will don nurses’ tunics for a Nightingale Night of great Italian food and entertainment on 12th May – the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The evening will raise money for Campden Home Nursing’s new Cancer Support Service, which opened in January, and […]

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Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on February 27, 2020.

This year, Campden Home Nursing will be celebrating its 30th anniversary. The charity will have been nursing in and around the community of Chipping Campden for 30 years, thanks for our founder, Jecca Brook. We think that’s something to celebrate and we’re therefore holding a 30th Anniversary Pearl Ball at Lapstone Barn on Friday 4th […]

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Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on February 18, 2020.

Campden Home Nursing was delighted to welcome Cotswold MP, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, to its headquarters in Chipping Campden recently. His visit coincided with the charity’s 30th anniversary, as well as ‘International Year of the Nurse and Midwife,’ which provided a perfect opportunity to raise awareness of the charity and the valuable hospice at home nursing […]

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Read our Winter Newsletter

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on January 29, 2020.

A very Happy New Year to all.  As well as a new year, it’s a new decade – a time for new beginnings! There are certainly a few planned for Campden Home Nursing in 2020, and we invite you to you to light the fire, grab a hot chocolate (with marshmallows of course) and hunker […]

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Campden Home Nursing announces Employee of the Year!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on January 28, 2020.

Pictured, left to right: Janet Oakey, Nurse Manager, Helen Makaritis, General Manager and Sue Herd, Nurse Co-ordinar   This year we have been focusing on recognizing and rewarding our volunteers and staff, and the person that we have chosen as our Employee of the Year is Sue Herd, a Coordinator on our Nursing team. Sue […]

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Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on December 9, 2019.

Our charity shop in Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, was delighted to receive the Developments & Initiatives Award, presented recently at the Campden Business Awards 2019. The Campden Business Awards are held annually by the Campden Business Forum to recognise and celebrate the achievements of businesses in the town and surrounding area. Campden Home Nursing […]

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Lisa’s Story

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on November 23, 2019.

We are delighted to announce that our Volunteer of The Year is Lisa Hall. Lisa came to us after reading an article about our new charity shop in the Campden Bulletin last year. Lisa has struggled with her mental health on and off over the years, and that year, had spent seven months in hospital. […]

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A night in the life of one of our nurses

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 30, 2019. Tags: , , ,

Our nurses are there for our patients, day and night, and they’re all committed to providing the highest quality of nursing from the minute they set foot inside a family’s home.  One of our nurses explains what it’s like to care for someone – one to one through the night, in their own home. Dawn […]

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