Elliot Fletcher on par for Hoylake Cottage
Wealth management specialists Elliot Fletcher have come up with a winner in aid of Hoylake Cottage.
Staff and clients taking part in a golf day were challenged to beat the professional – with competition entry fees matched by the company as a donation to the charitable trust.
The result was a total of £460, presented by company directors Steve Curtis and Tricia Campbell to fundraiser Sarah Green.
It follows a previous donation by Elliot Fletcher to Hoylake Cottage, to name a brick in a fundraising wall at the centre, bearing the name of the company.
Director Tricia Campbell said: “We want to support Hoylake Cottage as it’s a local charity doing great work for the community; we’re planning other fundraising events and we will also be dedicating proceeds from next year’s Golf Day to the centre.”
Hoylake Cottage is run by a charitable trust and provides nursing, respite and day care for older people, including those diagnosed with dementia.
Elliot Fletcher is based in Liverpool and specialises in pension wealth management, with clients around the country.
Pic caption: From left, Steve Curtis and Tricia Campbell present a cheque to Sarah Green of Hoylake Cottage.
Further information from: Caroline Kenyon at Kenyon Fraser on 07843 243913
Notes to editors:
Hoylake Cottage, on Birkenhead Road, Hoylake, CH47 5AQ, is a nursing centre for older people, including those with dementia. It is run by a charitable trust and aims to give the highest standard of care for its clients.
The nursing home has 60 beds, including 22 for people with dementia. All staff at Hoylake Cottage are trained, with a registered mental nurse and registered general nurse working alongside staff qualified to Levels 2 and 3 NVQ.
All have had training in dementia care. Hoylake Cottage has been given three star status by Wirral Social Services for its high standard of care; and holds an Investors In People award.
The Hoylake Cottage Day Care Appeal aims to raise £1.5 million to build a new day care centre for older people being cared for in their own homes.