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60 Seconds with Theresa

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Posted on 13/08/19

Theresa is our longest serving staff member and has been with us since 2004 managing the daily house keeping needs of the facility. Carrying out her role with continual passion and commitment, she is a key part of the running of the facility.

1). What does Silkworth mean to you?

I really like the place, it is special and means a lot to me


2). You manage the daily housekeeping needs of Silkworth, can you tell us a little more about your role please?

In my role of housekeeping it is my job and responsibility of making sure the house in clean and tidy and that the clients and staff feel comfortable and happy in their environment.


3). You are the longest serving staff member at Silkworth, how does that make you feel?

Working at Silkworth for many years and being the longest staff member has been a pleasure, I feel happy and welcomed here.


4). What do you like to do in your spare time?

I like to spend quality time with my daughter.


5). What was the last gift you gave someone?

The last gift I gave to someone was for my daughter and that was a dress for her school prom.


6). If you weren't working at Silkworth what would you be doing?

Probably another housekeeping job, but I'm glad that's not the case and that I am here at Silkworth.

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