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Roots in the Community – Hagge Woods Trust

Riccall Care Now 'Hazel' Benefactors of Hagge Woods Demonstrating our commitment to our local environment and roots, we're delighted to have become sponsors of Hagge Woods, through the Hagge Woods Trust. Hagge Woods Trust is an independent environmental charity which aims to restore nature and save struggling species by the creation of a wood-meadow near Riccall and Escrick: Three Hagges Wood Meadow. Committed to fighting the serious decline in biodiversity and providing the local community [...]

Supporting All Ages

We are delighted to now be sponsoring the York Railway Institute's Under-11 Bullets Football Team. Here's what the RI had to say about our involvement - article appeared in the York Press 7th November 2015: "York Railway Institute Under-11 Bullets football team are pleased to announce their new partnership with local care management company Riccall Care. The FA Charter Standard Community Football Club train and play matches at the York RI facilities in New Lane, [...]

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It Takes Just Two Minutes to Be a Hero

Back in the summer the Yorkshire Post launched a campaign to encourage people to put themselves on to the organ donor register after it was discovered that only 114 people in Yorkshire had consented to organ donation. Currently it is estimated that 800 people in Yorkshire alone are awaiting lifesaving transplants. Organ donation is a subject close to our hearts. Joel Malyon, son of Polly one of our team here at Riccall Care, was an [...]

Being Human – rewarding work in care

What makes us crave satisfaction in our lives? Why do we want a sense of achievement and rewards beyond the pay cheque at the end of the month? It’s long been recognized that we don’t work for money alone, we work and work well when we are appreciated, recognized and feel that our contribution is worthwhile - when we feel we are making a difference. That ‘difference’ could also be life changing for others who [...]

Joel’s Huge Night Out

On Friday night at York’s Racecourse, there was a party going on. If you were lucky enough to be there you would have enjoyed a great evening of food and fun, bidding on some really great auction prizes from helicopter flights to holidays and mountain bikes. The fund raising party was to celebrate the life of Joel Malyon. Winner of the York Press Community Pride Awards last year, Joel died before he could receive his [...]

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