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Corton HouseCF
Norwich care home with Christian ethos seeks trustees 

Norwich-based residential care home Corton House is looking for people with the skills and enthusiasm to join them as Trustees.


Corton House is looking for people who can give their time and expertise to work as a volunteer Trustee in support of the management team. This is an opportunity to play an active role in helping us continue to provide quality care to our residents and to influence the future direction of Corton House Ltd.

We estimate the time commitment to be approximately one day a month but there would be further opportunity to get more involved if applicants wished. Previous experience in a senior role of an organisation is helpful. Financial expertise or a background in social care or social housing would be particularly useful. However, it is important to have a wide range of skills represented on the Board and those with different but relevant skills and can bring enthusiasm and commitment to the role would also be very welcome.

If you are interested or know of anyone who might be interested in this essential role of trustee, or have any queries, please contact me either by writing to Corton House or by email to: tbrocklebank@cortonhouse.co.uk in the first instance.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Trish Brocklebank Trustee – Corton House Ltd 

http://www.cortonhouse.co.uk/


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