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Who cares… we do!

2019 was the busiest year we have ever had. I am delighted that we have been able to help so many people remain living in their own homes. The key to this is our wonderful Bunbury Carers, they have all worked so hard this year for which I am eternally grateful.

Finding the right type of person with the necessary skills and experience to look after the elderly is not easy, however, we try to make the job as stress-free as possible. Our carers are the key to the service we provide: kind and understanding carers that you will like and care for you at the time you want in the way you want.

What our carers say

I have been a carer with Bunbury for many years now. The main benefit is being able to do my job in a less stressful way knowing that I really am making a difference to someone else’s life. I would highly recommend anyone who passionately believes that elderly people should remain living in their own homes, to register with Bunbury. They treat their carers as they treat their clients with kindness, understanding and compassion.

We can never have enough carers on our team. Some live-in carers have been with us for over 15 years. The commitment and dedication of all my Bunbury Carers is exceptional and I am very proud of the way they represent the Bunbury Agency.

Carer wages & expenses paid

Live-in Care: £660 per week for a single person; £740 for a couple

Daily/Visiting Care:  £12.50 per hour weekdays; £16.50 per hour weekends

Overnight Care: £100 – £140 per night

Respite Care: £100 per 24 hours

Travel Allowance: 45 pence per mile

Fix Dementia Care

“People affected by dementia typically spend £100,000 on their own care due to a system that is unfair, unsustainable and in need of an urgent overhaul.”

If you’d like to show your support for the ‘Fix Dementia Care’ campaign, you can find out more information here.


‘Charity of the Month’

Tarporley War Memorial Hospital

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Campaigning to help people remain living in their own homes

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