Staff at Borough Care’s eleven homes for older people across Stockport have been working tirelessly to support residents during the current coronavirus (Covid 19) pandemic. The daughter of Sheila Dean, a resident at Borough Care’s Shepley House in Hazel Grove, was keen to show her appreciation and thank staff for all they’re doing. Liz Dean, Sheila’s daughter, has made a generous donation for flowers to brighten up the Shepley House garden, which staff and residents can enjoy.
Liz Dean says: “I will never be able to repay the kindness and generosity of spirit the whole team at Shepley House has shown in these unprecedented times; not to mention everyone’s dedication and hard work. Some beautiful plants for the garden at Shepley House, which everyone can enjoy looking at, is a token of my immense gratitude. Seeing the colourful flowers will hopefully help keep everyone’s spirits up.”
Rebecca Abrahams, Home Manager at Shepley House, says: “It was lovely to receive the generous donation from Liz Dean, which we’re very thankful for. All the staff work tirelessly to support our residents and it is great that their efforts are recognised. The team at Shepley House is truly amazing. I am so proud and would like to thank each and every one of them for what they are doing. Our garden is going to be lovely, in time for everyone to enjoy spending time outdoors over the summer months.”
Dr Mark Ward, CEO at Borough Care, says: “All our staff are doing a fantastic job in these challenging times. It means so much to our staff when their unwavering commitment is warmly recognised and appreciated. The families of residents, and people in the wider community, have been so kind and generous. On behalf of all Borough Care staff, I would like to thank to everyone for their donations and support.”