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With costs rising on a regular basis, now is the time to talk to Redlink

We work hard to make your business as profitable as possible by eliminating waste on essential spend. Our team, together with an exclusive range of suppliers, means we can reduce your costs and free up precious extra time for you and your team to get on with running your business.

Our wealth of experience in dealing with care providers means we understand the pressures and challenges you face. 

For example:

This month we saved two Somerset based care homes an average of 20% on their food costs, 14% on all their cleaning supplies, gloves and aprons and 17% on their waste management costs. 

Talk to us on 01935 420400 or email brian.ritchie@redlinkalliance.co.uk

 Find out how we can save you time and money

Do You Want to Be Part of Your Local Registered Managers Network?

As your local care association, Care and Support West has been running Registered Managers’ Networks in B&NES, Bristol, North Somerset and South Glos for the last two years. The Networks have been funded by Skills for Care and consistent feedback we have received is that they are felt to be of real value to people who have attended the sessions.

Care & Support West Spring Conference Success

april conference people in hall

Again Care and Support West kicked off the conference season with our Spring conference back in mid-April. The venue this year was Ashton Court Mansion in the beautiful surrounds of the Ashton Court estate and the focus of the day was on Collaboration, Partnership and Working Together in order to deliver the best services we can.

The 1950's and 60s live on at Frenchay

Well done to the residents and staff of Frenchay House, who on 7 May 2016, put on a show at Frenchay Village Hall.

All residents and families and friends were invited, with a turnout of over 100 people, the residents and staff put on a fantastic show in our local viallage hall.  The show featured music, songs and dance from the 1950’s and 60’s and pre-recorded memories of the era from the residents.

All agreed that it was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.

 

Show organiser, Care Assistant Joanne Sheard, said ‘I was so proud of everyone.   We have been practicing for months and everyone has been so committed.  The attmosphere in the home throughout all of the rehearsals has been real fun.’

Resident Has Work Published

In 2013, Jo Plimmer, an engagement manager working on a contemporary art project called Future Perfect talked to Garth about the history of the area. She thought perhaps some of Garth's photographs and drawings could be incorporated into a curtain in Hengrove Community Centre. Garth produced his work and what Jo saw prompted a remarkable journey to produce "Murdered By Straight Lines"