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Care home bids farewell to support work and friend

Staff and residents of Oaklands care home in Scole, near Diss, have wished a happy retirement to a support worker who has left after 19-and-a-half years of dedicated service.   Pat Willis, of Tavern Lane, Diss, was presented with a necklace and flowers by manager Helen Gosling who described her as “a real character and a great member of the team who will be missed by everyone at the home”.   Mrs Willis, 69 and a grand- mother-of-two, said: “I loved the residents and helping them. Oaklands has always had a nice staff and been a happy place.” Find more about Oaklands Care Home in Diss Source: DissMercury


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