Long serving employees at Brooklyn House

Here at Brooklyn House we are very lucky to have many staff that have been with us for a long time. We believe having a strong core of stable, experienced staff is one of the things that makes Brooklyn such a special home to work in. It also provides a stable environment for our residents as it means strong lasting relationships are built and the team can get to know the residents so are able to provide the care needed.

We are all very proud of Brooklyn House and the ‘Good’ rating CQC result we have all worked so hard to achieve.

Congratulations to:

Over 5 years

Debbie Smith, Healthcare assistant

Maria Ellwood, Head of Housekeeping

Eileen Barnes, Healthcare Assistant

Diana Goncalves, Kitchen Assistant

Over 10 years

Samantha Woods

Clara Ramos, Domestic and laundry assistant

Michelle Viljoen, Chef

Louise Ward, Chef

Linda Brooks, Registered Nurse

Ray Fulcher – Volunteer

Over 15 years

Pauline Cooper, Laundry assistant

Sarah Goodwin, Healthcare assistant

Over 20 years

Denise Lancaster , Domestic

Sue Knight, Healthcare Assistant

In the picture we have – Left to right – Ray Fulcher (volunteer), Sue Knight, Samantha Woods, Maria Ellwood, Louise Ward, Denise Lancaster and Debbie Smith.

Brooklyn House

Home Manager

Ovidiu Andreescu


Queens Road,
NR17 2AG

0808 223 5412
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