Sue Potter and Sue Groundrill are celebrating ten years of working at Manson House, R.A.B.I’s residential home in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Having joined in 2009, Sue Potter has been an integral part of the domestic team. Carole Smith, head of home at Manson House, said: “Sue is a blessing. She goes about her work quietly but diligently and always likes to make sure the residents are happy and get what they need.”
Last year, Sue tied the knot with husband Brian. Outside of work, she can be found out and about on a walk or spending time with her grandchildren.
Sue Groundrill, who joined around the same time as Sue Potter, is one of the home’s deputies. Sue enjoys taking Zumba classes, which proves useful when she’s busy on the job. Carole said: “Sue is full of energy, which must be because of Zumba. She’s always cheerful and is a very dependable deputy.”
Pictured above are Sue Potter (left) and Sue Groundrill (right).
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