Nine Norfolk care homes to support search and rescue charity this year
- Credit: Simon Finlay
Nine care homes have announced they will be raising money towards a search and rescue charity this year.
The homes, which are all based in Norfolk, are to host a series of events in support of Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue (NORLSAR).
The voluntary organisation helps emergency services find missing people and is on-call 24 hours-a-day. Staff at each of the homes, which are part of the Healthcare Homes Group, will organise events and activities for their residents throughout the year.
The homes include:
• Bilney Hall in Dereham.
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Operations director, Debbie Christian said: 'The work of NORLSAR is so important in providing specialist help to our emergency services when people are in danger.'