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Millennium Care win monthly award

Published 12th Aug 2014 by Ellie MacDonald

Featherstone based business Millennium Care Services Ltd, have been awarded the Business of the Month prize for July, presented to the winning company 7th August 2014.

Founded in 1998, the business originally started with one care home. Soon after, Millennium found a niche market in offering support for adults with various learning disabilities through care homes, supported living, activity centres and domiciliary care.

The company attracts revenue from both public and private sources and has a number of clients other than the actual services users, including family or guardians, local authorities and health care commissioning groups. The group owns a number of properties ranging from a two bedroom terrace house for supported living, up to a care home with 19 beds, and has delivered strong organic growth over the last three years.

The judges were most impressed with the strong growth that the group has shown whilst working in what is a very challenging and sensitive environment. Also by having around 250 employees currently and with planned openings this will increase to 300 by the end of 2014, the business has a significant impact on employment within the local communities served by Millennium in the region.

Managing Director Steven Clough said: ”We are delighted to win this award that has recognised business excellence for over 20 years. We have a great team of people at Millennium and hopefully we can continue to help support more people in the future”.

The Business of the Month award is run in association with Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce and UKTI. It is open to firms in Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield to apply.

Download an application form  today or to discuss further please contact Ian Greenwood at Eaton Smith on 01484 821389 or visit www.businessofthemonth.co.uk. 


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