Guild Care Blog
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Two local doctors have run Brighton marathon and raised almost £1000 for Guild Care. Dr Theo Muth and Dr Juli McCulloch, who both work at Worthing hospital, have currently raised £980 and are just shy of their target of £1000 that they hope to reach next week. The couple had both seen the great help Guild Care provide in allowing people to return home safely and the ongoing support for those who need it. For Theo,  Read More
Thanks to the dozens of cyclists who took part in Guild Care's annual Pedal on the Prom on Sunday 15th April. There were people of all ages, and families too, with 10-month old Erin the youngest participant! Thankfully the rain stayed away and everyone was able to enjoy the 5k and 10km course along the scenic Worthing promenade. Money raised with go towards the running of Guild Care's vital community services such as its dementia   Read More
Guild Care is proud to open its doors in support of National Care Home Open Day on Saturday April 21st - the Queen’s 92nd birthday! This UK wide initiative encourages care homes to welcome in local people to connect with its residents and staff and stresses the importance of working together and developing relationships across generations. Two of Guild Care’s care homes in Worthing, Caer Gwent and Linfield House, will be  Read More
Thanks to Cally, Sophia, Andy, Denise and Jacqui from Adur and Worthing Council Community team who took time out today from their busy schedules to volunteer at Dolphin Court - Guild Care’s sheltered home complex. They spent the morning painting the inside of Dolphin Court's garden shed so it can be used as a summer house by the residents. Jacqui said: “Volunteering is great because it’s nice to feel we are giving   Read More
Thanks to Vivienne Dacosta and Jacqui McGuire from Hobbycraft for choosing Guild Care’s dementia care home, Haviland House as one of their charities to benefit from their knitting group. Ninety three generous knitters who are part of the ‘Angmering Made with Love’ project run by Hobbycraft have been busy making lap mats, bed covers, twiddle muffs, wrist warms and gloves for the residents at Haviland House which is d  Read More
Local charity Guild Care held its first ever Clay Pigeon Shoot Challenge supported by Greg Swan at Southdown Gun Club and raised an amazing £8,000. With the sun shining and 15 teams competing against each other, the day started with a bang and ended with champions, food and drink. Boxer Chris Eubank Junior with Team Anthony Brown (above) and Tina Brown's Team The main aim for the day which was held on 23rd March apart  Read More
Charity trustees play a vital role in making important decisions regarding a charity's work. The board of trustees has collective responsibility for the overall governance and strategic direction of an organisation, helping to develop its aims, objectives and goals and making sure its senior management team is doing what it is supposed to. Guild Care, one of Worthing's oldest charities which now runs three care homes and over 20 comm  Read More
Join us for a leisurely cycle ride along Worthing's beautiful coast to help raise funds for our vital lifeline community services. You have a choice of two lengths of the route, a 5 mile, which will turn at Splash Point and a 10 mile which will turn at Widewater Lagoon. We will position water stops on the way and will welcome you back with your very own Pedal on the Prom Medal! At the start/finish, we will have the brilliant South Dow  Read More
UPDATE: (Wednesday 28th February 2018) Our transport service remains suspended today and will remain so tomorrow due to the weather forecast. The Guild Care Centre is open for lunch today for people able to get here themselves. The Bradbury Centre is also closed. Although the roads are clearer, pavements are still really slippery and with only a driver supporting the buses we’re not taking the risk of injury   Read More
Guild Care is very grateful to Debbie and Mark Scott who raised a fantastic £1,897 for our dementia care services following a bumper collection at their annual Christmas Lights display in Windermere Crescent, Worthing. Their fantastic Christmas light display amazed visitors and they also offered letters to Santa, which were thoughtfully replied to. They are pictured below with the Deputy Mayor of Worthing and the Town Crier.   Read More

Guild Care registered charity number 1044658. A company limited by guarantee registered in England under number 3021390. Registered office: Methold House, North Street, Worthing, BN11 1DU