Mayfield House care home celebrates 25th anniversary


A Crewe care home is celebrating its 25th anniversary by supporting 25 good causes and launching a training programme.

Mayfield House, at Mayfield Mews, will be supporting meaningful social impact projects via the Business for Good B1G1 initiative during August in the lead up to a big celebration at the home on Saturday, August 27, from 2 – 4.30pm.

The B1G1 impacts include projects such as protecting rainforests, planting trees, supporting solar power, providing meals, feeding starving animals, supplying medicines and helping children in Ukraine.

Anne Littleton, owner and Director of Care at Mayfield House, said: “A recurring theme in the care sector has always been the chance to make a difference.

“We already make B1G1 contributions for things achieved within the home, such as Employee of the Month, qualification completions and overtime shifts. This month (August) we are stepping it up to support 25 good causes to mark our 25th anniversary!”

Mrs Littleton, who has worked in the care sector for 45 years, opened Mayfield House in 1997 and started Trentham-based Acacia Training in 2000 with George Littleton and her two daughters, due to the lack of quality training available for the care sector.

The care home is now launching a Junior Management Traineeship programme to develop care home managers of the future.

Mrs Littleton added: “The programme will provide us with the opportunity to help build lasting, successful careers. We want to hear from people in the care industry who are passionate about making a difference.”

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The anniversary party is open to the public, free to attend, and will include entertainment by Candy and the Sound, fairground stalls, a BBQ, face painting and other activities.

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