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The Crescent Ltd provides domiciliary care for children and adults in the comfort of their own home. The dedicated team has a combined experience of over 100 years in the care industry and they are committed to providing customers with quality care and support to help them lead their chosen lifestyle.

A range of care packages are available. The care team can provide community companionship, physiotherapy and rehab, personal and general care, complex and specialist care, and domestic support. 24-hour care packages are also available, as well as night sitting and sleep over services and support for people with a brain or spinal injury. Each care package is tailored to individual needs and preferences to ensure customers receive the best possible care.

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Batley based Care firm open own tea and coffee lounge

Monday 14 May 2018

Batley based care firm, The Crescent have recently opened their own tea and coffee lounge to serve the local community. The Crescent tea & coffee lounge has been set up as a social enterprise, it is doing its part to combat loneliness and isolation in the local area. They have signed up to a Pay Forward Scheme, whereby businesses or individuals can pay in advance for a cuppa and a slice of cake for people who may benefit from meeting up with other people and to enjoy having a chat. They are also providing a cake delivery service whereby people can ring up and order a piece a cake for someone special or to simply cheer them up and put a smile on someone’s face, they come beautifully gift wrapped and are hand-delivered by staff from The Crescent. Café Supervisor Jennifer Wilby says: “We want to encourage people of all ages to visit the Tea & Coffee Lounge and have even got a Chatty Café table set up. One of our aims as an overall business is to reduce loneliness and isolation and to bring people together talking, we believe our tea and coffee lounge is a perfect setting for this.” As well as catering to the public, they are dedicated to offering employment to the community. The Crescent is committed to employing young people to gain experience and learn new skills. Managing Director of The Crescent, Paula Chamberlain says: “We have proactively decided to employ young people who are just starting out in their careers, and this may be their first job. Our staff all get to spend time quality time learning with Jennifer, which is great for them. From a business point of view, it demonstrates that we are committed to the local community too.” The Tea and coffee lounge is open Monday – Friday 8.30am-4.30pm and Saturday 9am – 2pm they serve premium hot and cold drinks, cakes, and light snacks. It is located at 32 Station Road, Batley.
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Care Company Invests in Transforming Venue to Create Social Enterprise

Friday 04 May 2018

A Grade II listed building in Batley, West Yorkshire which has stood vacant for 5 years has undergone a £25k investment by its tenant, The Crescent Care, to provide the community with an events and community hub. Since acquiring the lease of the Victorian property opposite Batley train station, known as The Crescent in December 2017, Paula Chamberlain, MD and founder of The Crescent Care has facilitated a radical transformation, restoring the building to its former glory to accommodate meetings, training sessions, conferences and social gatherings. Alongside their core activity of looking after a complex range of care needs for children and adults across the Yorkshire region, The Crescent were keen that the building becomes a key part of the community. Already they have hosted a number of events including charity fundraisers, business networking and are hoping to put on regular events which including yoga for the elderly. Paula Chamberlain, MD and Founder said: “It is a pleasure to open our doors to the local community. As well as enabling local groups to utilise the space for coffee mornings, workshops, wellbeing and community needs, we have also seen the wider potential for bigger events at the venue. “We are extremely proud of what has been created at The Crescent and with such a unique offering, we can offer second to none hospitality. By using The Crescent for meetings and events, you will be in turn helping our social enterprise to address isolation and loneliness.” Offering competitive daily delegate rates and room hire by the hour, half or full day, The Crescent can cover business requirements as well as social gatherings for up to 60 people. All three rooms, The Front Room, The Library and The Dining room are individually designed with a luxurious feel. The opening of The Crescent conference and events space sees 2 jobs being created with the potential for more to be created by the end of the year. To find out more about the venue visit https://the-crescent.co.uk/conference-events-space/
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Home Care Provider Announces Rebrand and New Services

Thursday 15 February 2018

A care firm which has recently moved to Batley has announced its new name with Managing Director, Paula Chamberlain, also setting out its vision for the future. The firm has been rebranded to The Crescent, a nod to the company’s recently acquired headquarters which Paula and her 35 strong team have relocated to. Upon taking over the lease of the building, Paula has invested £25k into the renovation and rebrand to transform the building into a modern but traditional venue, perfect for a whole host of activities. Alongside their core activity of looking after a complex range of care needs for children and adults across the Yorkshire region, The Crescent have announced further plans which will see the building become a key part of the community. Upon completion, the building will provide space for training and workshops, while it will also enable local groups to utilise the space for coffee mornings, wellbeing and yoga sessions. Adding further services to their offering, The Crescent has plans to increase its turnover to over £1 million in 2018, an increase of over 25%, which will also create a variety of job opportunities. Already making an impact within the community, Paula took on two unemployed tradesmen for the renovation work of The Crescent and further to them delivering the renovations to an excellent standard and within tight deadlines, their employment is to be made permanent. During these renovations, Paula saw the wider potential of the building which will see The Crescent’s cellar being converted into a workshop for young and old alike to learn a trade and new skills. Paula said ‘We are particularly focusing on ex-servicemen and ex-sports players to learn a new trade. I hope this will open up job opportunities for people often stuck at a crossroads.’
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