People: Church Farm Care; Lemon and Lime Interiors

Matthew Adlem

Nottinghamshire dementia care provider Church Farm Care has bolstered its senior management team with a pair of experienced hires.

Conor McGee

Matthew Adlem joins the company as head of operations. He brings 15 years’ experience in the healthcare sector to the role, having previously worked for the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and the National Institute for Health Research.

Conor McGee, who has more than nine years’ experience working in the sector, joins as head of care.

Church Farm has also welcomed a new admin assistant, Natalie Dove, who has joined its team at Hickling Lodge.

Patrick Atkinson, director of Church Farm Care, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Conor, Matthew and Natalie to our growing team. At a time when the sector as a whole is struggling to fill vacancies, it’s a real credit to the company and our ethos that we’ve been able to secure all of these fantastic new recruits.”

Lemon and Lime Interiors has welcomed a trio of new recruits.

Abi Cowley and Kelly Harland, both experienced interior designers and decorators, have joined the home staging and design consultancy firm as project leads.

Kaye Broadhurst has taken on a sales admin support role at the Melbourne-based company and will also be involved with interior design projects.

Elaine Penhaul, founder of Lemon and Lime Interiors, said: “We are incredibly excited to have Abi, Kelly and Kaye join our team. We are constantly looking to grow our industry-leading firm, diversify our services and team member expertise, as well as deliver the best home staging services possible for our ever-expanding client base.”

Kaye Broadhurst

Kelly Harland

Abi Cowley