Caring Meg calls time on nursing

Meg Tebay at Holehird (back centre) with manager Alan Barton (left), Yuka Suzuki and (front) service users Alan Jones and Francis Devlin.

Meg Tebay at Holehird (back centre) with manager Alan Barton (left), Yuka Suzuki and (front) service users Alan Jones and Francis Devlin.

First published in News

A LONG-serving member of staff at Holehird, near Windermere, has retired after more than a quarter of a century with Leonard Cheshire Disability.

Care Supervisor Meg Tebay has worked at Holehird, a care home for adults with physical disabilities, for 26 years after starting as a part-time nurse on night duty.

She was then encouraged to complete her full nursing training and became a registered general nurse, leading to her elevation to the post of care supervisor.

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