Care workers across the county have recently won a selection of women’s fashion items from an international designer clothing brand.

Last month, staff from care homes and settings across the county were given the chance to enter a free prize draw to win a selection of designer pieces in a range of sizes and styles from international clothing brand, Winser London.

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Seven lucky winners were pulled out from the hat and were each given a box containing more than 50 separate items to share with their colleagues.

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Staff at The Croft, Amersham unbox their goodies with Kim Winser

The competition winners came from:

• Rock House Residential Care Home – Chalfont St Peter

• Gold Hill Care Team - Chalfont St Giles

• The Croft Care Home - Amersham

• Mandeville Grange Nursing Home - Aylesbury

• Hughenden Gardens Retirement Village – High Wycombe

• Sunrise Care - Beaconsfield

• Abbeyfield Haddenham Society – Haddenham

Kim Winser, OBE, founder & CEO of Winser London said: “We are in full admiration for the amazing work our care workers have delivered in such challenging times.

“We, as a locally born business, wanted to reward some hard-working workers in our care homes through a fun competition to say a big thank you.

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Sunrise Care Team, Beaconsfield

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“It’s just a small gesture but hopefully each winner will enjoy feeling special and confident, catwalk style! Thank you to you all.”

Angela Macpherson Buckinghamshire Council’s Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care said: “What a wonderful way to say thank you to care staff for everything they are doing. Thank you to Winser London for coming up with such a lovely idea.

Our care workers have been working flat out since the end of March and they are still working hard to protect and care for some of our most vulnerable residents. We are all grateful for their hard work and dedication.”

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Gold Hill Care Team, Chalfont St Giles

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Last month, Buckinghamshire Council arranged for a pack of goodies, which included homemade cookies and speciality teabags, to be delivered to all care settings in the county with a thank you card and personal message to all staff.