Residents and staff delighted to welcome local MP on visit to Sileby care home
9 December 2016
Residents and staff at Leonard Cheshire Disability’s King Street care home in Sileby were delighted to welcome local MP Nicky Morgan on a visit to the service on Friday 2 December.
During the visit Ms Morgan was able to meet residents, staff and volunteers and take a tour of the service.
She also met with service manager Carole Porter and Leonard Cheshire Disability’s chief executive Neil Heslop OBE, and saw first-hand how the service’s fully-trained staff support residents.
Local MP for Loughborough Nicky Morgan said:
‘I was pleased to pay everyone at King Street a visit.
‘It’s always a pleasure to catch up with the residents, staff and volunteers, and to see the high quality care and support on offer.
‘There was a lively atmosphere and plenty of activities going on when I visited.
‘Leonard Cheshire Disability has a service for the people of Sileby to be proud of!’
Service manager Carole Porter said:
‘We’re always delighted to welcome the local community to King Street, and we were thrilled that our local MP Nicky Morgan was able to pay us a visit.
‘We want people to see how good King Street is and the quality service we offer.’
Leonard Cheshire Disability’s chief executive Neil Heslop OBE said:
‘Leonard Cheshire Disability supports more than 30,000 disabled people around the world.
‘In the UK we run 200 social care services that support around 7,000 people with a range of disabilities.
‘We’re always keen to showcase our work, both to the communities in which we operate and to senior politicians, and I was really pleased to meet Nicky Morgan at King Street today.’
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