Company News, Clayton Manor, Congleton, Cheshire

Celebrating Long-Service at Clayton Manor Care Home

At Avery, we reward our staff members who demonstrate commitment to our organisation and great passion and dedication to their work. Three of our employees at Clayton Manor Care Home in Congleton have recently received long-service awards, each celebrating 27 years of loyal service.

Jackie Blackhurst

Jackie started working at Clayton Manor in 1995 as a Registered General Nurse with her husband, David, working as a Kitchen Assistant at the home also. Together, they have two daughters, one son, three grandchildren and another grandchild on the way. Jackie enjoys holidays, taking the time to visit new places with family and friends.

Jackie Clayton Manor

Lynn Oakes

Lynn started working at Clayton Manor in 1995 and is also a Registered General Nurse. Lynn has a daughter and a son, as well as two grandchildren. Lynn is passionate about horses and enjoys looking after them in her spare time.

Lynne Clayton Manor

Julie Kelly

Care Assistant Julie began working at Clayton Manor in 1995. Julie has two children and two grandchildren and is green-fingered, enjoying spending time in her allotment where she grows her own vegetables.

Julie Clayton Manor

Long and faithful service is the watchword for Clayton Manor. As one of our longest-running nursing homes, it has provided outstanding care for the past twenty years. All staff have not only a wealth of knowledge and experience under their belt, but their compassion and dedication are second to none.

Avery’s Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Lisa Soper, said of the accomplishments, “Our staff are our most important asset, and our culture is about a sense of belonging. The Clayton Manor family fully embrace and demonstrate our values of being proud, supportive, and caring, as evidenced by these achievements. I want to thank Jackie, Lynn and Julie for their continued loyalty.”

Congratulations to Jackie, Lynn, and Julie for their incredible contributions and for being valued team members.

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