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Goodbye to home's two faithful helpers.

RESIDENTS and staff of a home for elderly people in Nuneaton have said goodbye to two secretaries.

They threw a farewell party for Maureen Woolridge and Marion Downs at Attleborough Grange, in Attleborough Road.

Marion had been secretary at the home for 16 years. She was the first secretary to join.

Manager Dot Collis said: "Marion has seen lots of changes of residents, staff and managers and has seen Attleborough Grange go through several refurbishments.

"She is leaving us to further her career and her colleagues and all of the residents wish her every success in the future."

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FOND FAREWELL: Secretaries Maureen Woolridge and Marion Downs (front) say goodbye to staff at Attleborough Grange residential home. Picture: ROBIN BIDGOOD
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 1, 2002
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