Could you make a difference to a veteran's life? RBL looking for staff

Norman Taylor with copies of the death certificates of some of the young men who died in service dur

Second World War veteran Norman Taylor is one of the residents at Halsey House - Credit: Archant

Chefs, housekeeping assistants, carers and nurses are among the roles being offered as part of a recruitment drive at Halsey House.

Sally Mynhardt, dementia lead at the Royal British Legion care home in Norwich Road, Cromer, said: “It feels really special to be a part of veterans’ lives and it’s a great privilege to provide support and care for those who have done so much for us.

"Working in a Royal British Legion care home for veterans and their families is very rewarding and I’m so proud to be part of the community here.”

“I’ve always had a caring nature and working with older people is something I was especially keen on but working with veterans is just absolutely amazing. When they tell stories of their service, you sit there in awe, I could listen all day."

Norman Taylor is just one of veteran who makes working in Norfolk so special. He said: “I was scared out my wits half the time and I’m lucky to be alive."

For more information on how to apply, please visit rbl.org.uk/carejobs or contact Halsey House via halseyrecruitment@britishlegion.org.uk or by calling 01263 512178.