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Rugby hero Rob Kearney in Trim next week

Wednesday, 19th March, 2014 5:05pm
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Rugby hero Rob Kearney in Trim next week

Rob Kearney.

Six Nations rugby hero Rob Kearney will be in Trim on Monday next to celebrate Home Instead Senior Care's office opening. The launch event will take place on Monday at 5.30pm in the Trim Castle Hotel and guests will have the opportunity to meet Rob and take a picture with the Six Nations trophy.

Home Instead Senior Care is Ireland’s leading provider of home care services, helping older people live happy, healthy and independent lives in their own homes for longer than otherwise possible.

The launch event will celebrate the provision of a quality home care service in Meath and Louth. As a member of the local community, Irish rugby player Rob Kearney will be on hand to join in the celebrations and guests will have an opportunity to have their photograph taken with Rob and the Six Nations Trophy.

The new Home Instead Senior Care office is owned and operated by Trim native businesswoman, Charlotte Reilly. "I am thrilled to offer a quality home care service to older people in Meath and Louth and looking forward to next week’s launch event. I am passionate about caring for older people and know the area well so local families will benefit from a combination of real local knowledge and a caring, quality home care service”.

To contact Charlotte Reilly please call (046) 948 3338 or stop by the new Home Instead Senior Care office on Emmet Street For more information on home care please visit www.homeinstead.ie.

 

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