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Breakfast television star Dr Hilary Jones praised the “unsung heroes” of the health service at an awards night in Lowestoft

Breakfast television star Dr Hilary Jones praised the “unsung heroes” of the health service at an awards night in Lowestoft.

The TV doctor on Good Morning Britain hosted the inaugural Kingsley Care Awards at The Ivy House Country Hotel in Oulton Broad. Nearly 150 staff from Lowestoft-based care provider Kingsley Healthcare were joined by special guests who included Waveney MP Peter Aldous, district council chairman Bruce Provan, EDP editor Nigel Pickover and leading figures from the healthcare sector. Senior figures from Coutts, Santander and Barclays Bank, who are supporting the dementia care specialist’s £200m-plus expansion drive to become a familiar national brand, were also present at the event on Thursday.

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Healthcare provider to host inaugural awards ceremony

The first care awards to be staged by Kingsley Healthcare will be hosted by breakfast television star Dr Hilary Jones. Kingsley staff from across the country will be attending the event at The Ivy House Country Hotel, in Oulton Broad, on Thursday evening (November 12).

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Lowestoft third crossing would boost healthcare firm’s growth

The chief executive of Lowestoft-based Kingsley Healthcare says a third crossing will boost his jobs and growth vision for the area. Daya Thayan announced a multi-million pound deal to buy and refurbish the former Suffolk County Council-owned Clapham House as the firm’s new headquarters, committing the company’s future to the town.

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£6m dementia care centre will create 100 jobs

Building work on the 62-bedroom purpose-built dementia care home in Partington, Trafford has begun and is scheduled for completion in June next year.

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Kingsley announces multi-million pound office move

East Anglian care provider Kingsley Healthcare has sealed a multi-million pound deal for the purchase and refurbishment of new offices in Lowestoft. CEO Daya Thayan said the move into the former Suffolk County Council owned five-storey Clapham House in the town centre was a statement of their commitment to the area as they pursue a £200 million-plus expansion plan to become a familiar national brand within five years.

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