Recognition for dedication of Kig’s Lynn care givers

Care givers from Home Instead who have received badege to recognise the thousands of hours they have each completed during their work.'Pictured, back, from left, operations manager Tom McEwan, Julie Collins, Pauline Porter, recruitment manager John Henry; front, from left, Paula Rogers, Kelly Delima and Lynne Murch. ANL-150705-130516001

Care givers from Home Instead who have received badege to recognise the thousands of hours they have each completed during their work.'Pictured, back, from left, operations manager Tom McEwan, Julie Collins, Pauline Porter, recruitment manager John Henry; front, from left, Paula Rogers, Kelly Delima and Lynne Murch. ANL-150705-130516001

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Five care givers from Lynn’s base of Home Instead have been recognised for notching up 18,000 hours of service between them.

They received recognition of the service, which they have accrued over a period of between three and five years, with badges and certificates.

Paula Rogers, pictured front left, Kelly Delima, front centre and Lynne Murch, front right, have each completed 5,000 hours of service and were awarded purple badges. Pictured back, second left, is Julie Collins, who received a gold badge for 2,000 hours. And back, second right, is Pauline Porter, who was awarded a silver badge for 1,000 hours of service.

With the carers are operations manager Tom McEwan, back left and recruitment manager John Henry. Said Tom: “This is a fantastic achievement by some very special people. We are very lucky to have them.” Anyone interested in joining the team can contact John Henry on 01553 764664. or go to www.homeinstead.co.uk/westnorfolk for more details.