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28th Jul, 2021

Care home grateful for housebuilder's PPE donation

Andy Morris 30th Jun, 2020

A CARE home has received care packages and donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) from a regional housebuilder.

Mereside Care Home in Solihull has received protective face masks, gloves, disposable aprons and visors from Taylor Wimpey Midlands.

The care home also received puzzles, music and books for residents to enjoy.

Sameer Abdul Jaleel, registered manager at Mereside Care Home, said: “On behalf of Mereside Care Home, staff, residents and myself would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for the grand gesture of PPE while we are going through these difficult times.”

Taylor Wimpey has procured 75,000 face masks, 75,000 aprons and around 38,000 pairs of gloves which will be delivered to around 50 care homes across the UK.

Carl Cooke, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Midlands, said: “Our care workers do an amazing job and we want to play our part in supporting them in any way we can. From all of us at Taylor Wimpey, thank you to everyone at Mereside Care Home for the fantastic work you do every single day.”

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