Which Docaster care home staff can you spot in these retro pictures? This snap shows the 2003 Bed pushers, the Millennium Volunteers and helpers, who set off from Goldthorpe on their sponsored bed push to raise money for Sue Ryder Care at Hickleton Hall. On the bed are, from left, Emily White, aged eight, Emily Notman, aged 13, and Lucy Turner, aged seven. Pushing are, from left, John Twiggs, aged 22, Sarah Dixon, aged 18, Sarah Bradley, aged 25, Peter Kidd, aged 17, Amy Wright, aged 25, acting care centre manager Wendy Eliot (c), aged 45. and Millenium Volunteers co-ordinator Diane Cadman, aged 50.

Which Doncaster care home staff can you spot in these pictures going back to the 00s?

The care homes for the older members of our communities have been in the news a lot of the past year but the service and dedication they provided has never faltered so here are some great pictures of life inside the town’s residential homes going back to 2001.

Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 2:40 pm

Who can you recognise protesting against cuts, gaining awards and recognition or meeting celebrities?

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