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BLUEBIRD CARE CELEBRATES TEAM MEMBERS

BLUEBIRD CARE CELEBRATES TEAM MEMBERS

Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire, a leading home care provider, has celebrated their team members’ fantastic efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic by delivering special gifts.  

Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the award-winning home care provider has continued to deliver exceptional care to their 150 customers and prevented the transmission of the virus to all of their customers.  

This amazing achievement was accomplished through the rapid distribution of PPE, constant communication and support between the team, and unwavering dedication and compassion. 

As a result of these remarkable efforts, Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire have been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC for the second time in a row, a success testament to the team. 

Now, in appreciation of the hard work displayed by their ‘COVID Superheroes’, Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire has rewarded each and every team member with a hamper and a £20 gift voucher. 

Supplied by the local Sodbury Florist, the 90 hampers contained a range of gifts, including a candle, chocolates, plant, and bee-bombs (wildflower seed balls). 

“We were delighted with the order of course, but also know that the hampers were going to some real local heroes,” said Amy Curtis-Whitfield, Florist at Sodbury Florist. 

Speaking on her hamper gift pack and voucher, Care Assistant Angela Hussain, said: “Can I take a moment to express my overwhelming thanks for such a well thought out present. Very much appreciated. I have been working for Bluebird for just over three months and I can honestly say it has been such a pleasure.” 

Reflecting on the incredible efforts of those at Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire, Managing Director, Jack Whitfield, noted: “To maintain such high standards over such a long period of time is just so impressive. We were all very concerned at the start of the pandemic, but the entire team has risen to the occasion and the results speak for themselves.” 

Cheryl Beard, Registered Business Leader at the home care provider, added: “We were looking forward to throwing a big Summer Fete in Yate to mark their achievement, but were forced to cancel at the last minute, so we put all the budget into a hamper and voucher for the staff instead.”

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