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Care firm quadrupling workforce

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Vision UK has properties in Devon and Somerset

A Devon care home company is more than quadrupling its workforce as part of an £8.5m investment plan.

Exeter-based Vision UK is to build three new care homes in Cullompton and Exeter, a care hotel in east Devon and a mother and baby unit in Cornwall.

The investment will increase the company's workforce from 30 to 140.

The company said it hoped to create modern facilities to help with a range of social needs. It has properties in Devon and Somerset.

The planned care hotel will provide support for individuals who are in transition towards independent living, the company said.



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