Controversial “flying visit” home care calls are common in the Welwyn and Hatfield area, says the owner of the local Home Instead Senior Care. The calls involve care workers staying in the homes of their clients for as little as 15 minutes which means elderly people can be forced to choose between being washed or…Details
An Ampthill company has stepped up to the bar to sponsor the search for the Best Microbrewery category in this year’s Bedfordshire Food & Drink Awards. Trademaid, based in Station Road Industrial Estate, is one of the UK’s fastest growing suppliers of wholesale professional bar supplies, catering disposables, restaurant equipment and kitchen essentials to the…Details
A home care provider in St Albans is welcoming the introduction of the National Care Certificate as a significant step towards increasing standards. Nick Harrall, the joint owner of the local Home Instead Senior Care, employs a team of CAREGivers providing companionship-based care in the town, and Harpenden, London Colney, Park Street, Radlett and the…Details
Power is being handed to the people in one of the categories at this year’s Merton Best Business awards.
In a new and exciting move, the winner of the Best Customer Service category will be decided by a public vote on the website www.mertonbestbusiness.co.uk Diana Sterck, the Chief Executive of awards organisers, Merton Chamber of Commerce, said: “Good customer service is one of the vital yardsticks by which businesses judge their ultimate success. “Businesses that keep…Details
Building resilience and strength through local connections – Merton Best Business Awards to launch next Thursday
This year’s Merton Best Business Awards will be opened to entries from all the borough’s businesses on Thursday, March 12. Local businesses, sponsors and winners from last year will attend the launch gathering at Taste Restaurant, South Thames College, at the Merton Campus in London Road.Diana Sterck, the Chief Executive of awards organisers, Merton Chamber…Details