Sarah Webber, Marketing & Partnerships Manager
Sarah, and her team of Regional Community Relations Leads, ensure that our homes are firmly embedded within their local communities and are vibrant, dynamic places to live.
As Marketing & Partnerships Manager, Sarah is responsible for bringing the company vision to life, ensuring that we live our brand values, and work together with our community partners to help improve the lives of the residents that we support.
Sarah leads a team of Regional Community Relations Leads who are focused on building meaningful relationships within the local areas that surround our homes, so that our residents can continue to live fulfilled lives, within a nurturing and homely space.
Sarah has more than 10 years’ experience in marketing roles specifically within the care home sector, holding a number of positions.
These roles include being the Senior Customer Relations Manager – South for Sanctuary Care, with responsibility for the occupancy across a portfolio of 30 care homes, and the management of a team of three Regional Customer Relations Managers, driving occupancy across London, the Home Counties and the East.
Sarah holds the Chartered institute of Marketing’s Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and was chosen as the winner of the Care Innovator award at the Great East of England Care Awards 2015.
Sarah is passionate about driving awareness of the unique aspects of our award-winning brand and sharing the experiences of our residents and the exceptional level of care we deliver within our care homes, each and every day.
LATEST HAMBERLEY CARE HOME NEWS
Tears of Joy for Great Grandmother Bette as She Greets Daughter at East Dunbartonshire Care Home
Emotions ran high at one Milngavie care home today when residents were able to touch their loved ones for the first time in over a year.
Every Staff Member Vaccinated at New Hailsham Luxury Care Home
Our new Hailsham care home has opened its doors to its first residents with a fully COVID-19 vaccinated team.
QUESTIONS ABOUT CARE
Can resident’s rooms be decorated?
Yes. This is your home and we want it to feel like just that. If you want to make significant alterations then we may ask for a retained fee to return the room back to its original state once vacated.