Care Centre Announces 100 New Jobs

A care home in Limavady is to create 100 new jobs.

Cornfield Care Centre is to open a new 52-bed unit following a £3.4m investment.

The care centre, which currently employs 120 people, has announced 80 full-time positions and 20 part-time jobs.

The care centre is owned and managed by husband and wife, Jervis and Jennifer Nutt.


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