Members of the Wisbech Society enjoyed a private tour of a 17th century house in Wimbledon on Saturday. Eighteen members travelled to the Grade II listed Southside House to see the building that Fenland District Council’s conservation officer, Nicola Duncan-Finn, has been involved in a University College London project. Society members were given a presentation of the story of the house and its art collection. They also learnt about ways of managing a building by using technology.
Margaret Green, who works for Radis, started her career at Cambridgeshire Council in 1977 providing home care and weekend support. She worked her way up to care assistant before joining Somers Court - an extra care housing scheme for older people with a round the clock on-site care team – in 1997. In July 2013, she joined Radis Community Care, who now deliver on site care to residents at Somers Court.
Instead of their usual weekly Wednesday evening meeting at Trinity Hall, March Can’t SingChoir teamed up with March Ukulele Group to entertain residents at Jubilee Court. After one week of singing and playing together the two groups came together on Wednesday September 13, with the help of Sally Rose who leads both groups, to entertain the residents and visitors.
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