Reunion Hereson, Serenaders Ladies Choir, NBE Fitness and award for Home Replace – The Isle Of Thanet News
A reunion for Class 1B1 who attended Hereson School in 1954 will be held next April following a call from former student Sid Anning.
All the classmates will be turning 80 next year and to celebrate this Sid has organized the class reunion which will take place at the Racing Greyhound pub in Hereson Road from 1-3.30pm on April 1 next year.
Sid made an appeal in The Isle of Thanet News earlier this year to reunite with his former classmates.
He said: “I was lucky to find a few more, but I would like to get as many as possible if possible.
“Once I have a name I can go to Ancestry (UK) and found a few that way, but I would like a lot more. Sadly some have died.
Contact Sidney via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sidney’s appeal to find those Hereson classmates from 1954
Choir of Ladies Serenaders
After a very successful summer concert in July, the Serenaders Ladies’ Choir are, as the saying goes, ‘back in business’.
Our charity concert held in July was very well supported and we are delighted to have raised £814 which the charity Cheerful Sparrows Thanet were delighted to receive.
Over the next few weeks, the choir will organize several events. In September we have been invited to sing at a local care home and other events leading up to Christmas, when of course our annual Christmas carol concert will take place at St Philips Church in Palm Bay on Saturday December 17 at 2:30 p.m.
Ladies, if you can sing and fancy being part of a friendly team who have raised thousands of pounds for charity, having fun while doing it, please contact our Music Director Janice Regan on 01843 224027 or our publicity manager Chris Buffrey on 07711938373 email: email@example.com All you need is a love of music and an ability to sing in tune.
Don’t hesitate to come to one of our rehearsals. We meet on a Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. at St. Philips Church in Palm Bay.
Trek n Talk
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. October 1
Meet at 49 Marine Terrace, Margate CT9 1XJ.
Wheelchairs, strollers, children, friends, family and dogs
RSVP HERE: https://www.nbefitness.com/events-1/trek-n-talk-2
We will walk to Westgate and return to base for drinks and snacks.
Signs will show you where we are.
During the march there will be people with high visibility vests to ask questions.
Halfway you can turn around if you want.
instead of home
Instead Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate have been declared a ‘5 star’ employer, showing that caregiving is a worthwhile career path to follow. Employees of the home care company praised the company due to factors such as superior training opportunities and supportive leadership.
All employees of the home care company were invited to participate in an anonymous survey conducted by independent employee engagement experts WorkBuzz. Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate are delighted to have received an impressive employee engagement score of 90, a score few companies achieve.
100% of healthcare professionals declare that their work gives them the opportunity to learn and develop new skills, while 96% declare that they have access to the training they need to do their job well.
Home Place Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate owner Kevan Barr is calling on more people to join the team that has praised the business for being a supportive employer. There are 20 healthcare professional vacancies for people who want to start or continue a career in healthcare.
Kevan Barr said: “We have worked hard to develop a culture where everyone in the team is valued for their contribution and is supported with training and development as well as opportunities for career progression. This award is a testament to the value of this culture and we are all thrilled to be named a 5 Star Employer.
To find out more about Home Rather Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate and the home care services they provide, please call 01843 862268 or visit www.homeinstead.co.uk/broadstairs-ramsgae-margate.