On the 17th June 2017 Chloe, Faye and Kelvin headed to Cleethorpes for a week away. We left horley on a high and we had just been in horley carnival. After a very easy 4 hour drive we arrived at the most amazing caravan that overlooked the sea. We could not believe how lucky we were.…Details
From November last year County Care’s Community Skills Project in Epsom have been working and cultivation their allotment in West Ewell. Starting from a weedy plot they got to work weeding and generally tidying up, They have worked in all weathers getting their plot ready for Spring to start planting, now Summer is here so…Details
Horley Community Skills Project were very fortunate to have Karen and Claire come in this afternoon to discuss scams. The talk was very informative and encouraged the service users to stay safe and avoid scams. Through this talk Horley CSP are now part of #friendsagainstscams and have become champions and therefore, will be going on…Details
A big shout out to the Skegness team who were a big part of the Cake fest at this years SO festival. Not only did they make this amazing cake but County Care worked very closely with Magna Vite and identified all the landmarks to be included in the final product. Well done to all the…Details
Congratulations to Community Support Worker Gerard Mee on being ordained as a Priest. Thank you for letting us spend this special day with you and for your lovely message below. ” We tend to spend most of our life working, therefore it’s wonderful when you discover your niche in life and as a result…Details
Well done Jo on being the first winner of the WOW vouchers. Enjoy your Costa voucher!
I’ve loved being a part of County Care for five years! County Care provides extensive and very good training opportunities to all staff, this in turn provides quality care to all our services users, whatever there requirements are. I’ve always wanted to make a difference in people’s lives depending on individuals needs and choices, promoting…Details
County Care offers good job prospects, I started off as a Community Support Worker for County Care in 2011 but they then offered me a position as the referral and assessment coordinator which utilised my skills and experience, there are definitely opportunities to progress within the company.
Trevor joined County Care at the beginning of June, having never worked in the care sector before Trevor has really taken to the role and we have received some lovely feedback from some of the Community Skills Project group in Horley. Just a few weeks in and Trevor has emailed to say – “Really enjoying…Details
Nora one of our Community Support Workers sent this lovely message to her Line Manager Sophie after her recent supervision – “I experienced it even before but yesterday’s supervision made me fully realised that you truly hear what I say, it is a great feeling, I feel heard and appreciated so i just wanted to…Details