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  • Diane Chandler with gardeners

    A sheltered officer in one of Shrewsbury’s best known retirement living communities has been shortlisted for a national award.

    Diane Chandler retired this summer after 36 years as sheltered...

  • Visitors to the fair enjoying the stalls

    September was a busy month for the residents of Pencric; our retirement living community with care and support, in Penkridge, South Staffs.

    Not content with their usual monthly activities, they...

  • Pictured are residents from Pendrell Court, Codsall and their retirement living officer, Sharon Allen.

    Care Plus staff have been busy raising money and awareness for Macmillan.

    Cake sales were held in various retirement living communities throughout South Staffordshire with staff as well as residents...

  • British Heart Foundation Bag it Beat it logo

    Retirement living communities managed by Care Plus are backing the British Heart Foundation challenge: Bag it. Beat it.

    Residents, relatives and staff will be clearing out their clutter and...

  • Residents Mary Clewes and Edward Oakley with pupils Oliver Marquis-Johnson and Lily Benton.

    Pupils at Wolgarston High School got together to make a difference for older people in retirement living communities managed by Staffordshire not-for-profit organisation Care Plus.

    The pupils spent a day...

Care and support in your own home

Care Plus At Home in Shropshire

Our Care Plus At Home service is now available in Shropshire. Care Plus at Home provides care and support for older people who want to continue to live independently, in their own homes.

Find out more: www.care-plus.org.uk/shropshire

Or call 01743 285159

Building our future

#BuildingOurFuture

Our customers are starring in a campaign aimed at getting to the heart of what a home means to all of us.

The soon-to-be celebrities had their first taste of fame with the unveiling of super-sized posters in Telford. The posters have appeared on hoardings around Reynolds House, which is being developed to provide a new head office for Housing Plus Group.

“As we prepare for our own move into a new ‘home’ we wanted to underline the power of a home to change lives,” explained chief executive Sarah Boden.

Find out more