Residents and staff delighted to welcome local MP on visit to Sileby care home

9 December 2016

MP Nicky Morgan meets our chief exec Neil Heslop, King Street staff and people who use the servicesResidents 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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