Woman named 'resident ambassador' for local Banbury care home

A woman at Glebefields Care Home in Drayton, Banbury, has been named its 'resident ambassador.'

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 4:24 pm
Carole Cuthbert, who recently celebrated her one-year anniversary with Glebefields Care Home in Banbury, has been named a 'resident ambassador' for the care home (Image from Glebefields Care Home)

Laura Baker, the customer relationship manager at Barchester Healthcare, who runs the Glebefields Care Home, said: "We have a resident, Carole Cuthbert, who came to Glebefields on 22nd March 2020 in need of a nursing home after spending time in a hospice. Her family were told she was nearing the end of her life and they were utterly devastated.

"Fast forward a year and not only is Carole doing better than ever. She is our resident ambassador and we have all celebrated her 1st year anniversary since moving in.

She enjoyed a lovely pamper session, a nice hair cut by one of the staff members and was cooked her favourite Indian meal.

Carole Cuthbert, who recently celebrated her one-year anniversary with Glebefields Care Home in Banbury, has been named a 'resident ambassador' for the care home (Image from Glebefields Care Home)

Carole cannot thank our nurses and carers enough here at Glebefields in Drayton.

Nisha Shaji, general manager of the care home, said: "Carole is a fantastic ambassador, and is a lovely resident to have in our home. We are expecting a brand new refurbishment this year and we cannot wait to introduce more residents into the home like Carole."