Visiting care and home care in Wellingborough
Wellingborough was originally an Anglo-Saxon settlement named “Wendelingburgh” although by the time of the Domesday Book in 1086 it had become “Wendelburie”. It had grown by the time of King John, who granted it a royal market charter in 1201. While Wellingborough began as a small settlement, it is predicted to have enormous growth by 2031, with resources for housing and improved rail links to encourage more commuters.
Unparalleled growth is something that Helping Hands can identify with, as we have grown in an unprecedented fashion since we were founded in 1989. Our live-in and visiting care services, which start from only 30 minutes per week, ensure that we will be supporting the local area for many years to come.