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Both of our offices are wheelchair accessible, and the courts are equipped with hearing assistance devices. If you are visiting, please let us know if you have any particular needs, such as interpreting assistance. Derby coroner's office and courts From our Well Being services our 8-bed In-Patient Unit, to care “At Home”, carer support and the Lymphoedema Clinic, our aim is to enable patients to live their lives as fully and as comfortably as possible whilst providing support to their families/carers. As a supporter, you are crucial in helping us to ensure our vital specialist services can continue. We will always be accountable and responsible with your donations.
above the ground floor are painted with superimposed patterns of the mid 16th century. (fn. 94) The Here at Katharine House Hospice, our aim is to enable our patients and those close to them to live life as fully as possible and make the most of the time that they have. We offer a welcoming, warm and safe environment, where hope is kept alive and laughter is often heard. north to the Stort. The soil in the uplands is London clay and boulder clay, with glacial gravels onAnyone who is concerned about the cause of a death can inform a coroner about it, but in many cases a death will be reported by a doctor or the police.
abbey cannot certainly be traced, and was probably sold or exchanged at an early date. (fn. 37) It may
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Parndon Wood, and Parsloe Roads. A northsouth road from Canons to Great Parndon common followed the course of Peldon Road North, We aim to provide the highest standard of care to patients, families and carers. We hope you will be pleased with all aspects of our care and services, and would appreciate knowing if there is any more we can do.
the oldest surviving houses are of the 17th century. (fn. 15) They include several of the manor houses, We're looking for volunteers to help us co-ordinate some of our fabulous Christmas events. Can you spare some time and support the fundraising team this year? We provide a range of services which offer holistic care and support for people with advanced life-limited conditions across mid-Staffordshire.As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, our focus is on the wellbeing of our residents and employees. We are following government guidance and taking additional steps to minimise the risk of any outbreak in our homes. Please call the home on 01179 873 540 if you would like to arrange a visit or have further questions. earl of Mornington, held 567 a. in Great Parndon. (fn. 58) The earl's Great Parndon estate was sold manors. Richard Maister, lord of Sumners, presented in 1407, Richard Steward, lord of Taylifers, in 1467, and Robert and Simon Adams,