Welcome to the Castle Comfort Clarion

The Clarion is Castle Comfort's occasional newsletter intended for Customers, Friends, Health Professionals, Suppliers, Wolstanton Neighbours and anyone else associated with Castle Comfort Centre

From Burslem to Barcelona - North Staffs Special Chair and Stairlift firm is just everywhere!

Challenges facing the ancient Egyptians produced results worthy of the skills of engineers and scientists centuries far ahead of their time - building pyramids for example.

Modern technology will never enable a repeat or copy some of their successes.

From Burslem to Barcelona - North Staffs Special Chair and Stairlift firm is just everywhere!

HELLO DOLLY!... Where DID you get that stick?

When Castle Comfort's roaming free ferrule service arrived at Reginald Mitchell Court, Hanley, 97 year-old Dolly Aston was first in the queue.

Apparently it had been two years since Dolly somehow lost the stopper off her walking stick and had patiently waited for the return of Castle Comfort's popular service where they visit many places throughout the country changing worn out rubber stoppers without charge.

HELLO DOLLY!... Where DID you get that stick?

It's Back to the Roots!

Comfort Products Chief launches a new branch just yards from his birthplace.

When Castle Comfort Centre opened the doors of its new Newcastle branch the guests, including Mayor Eddie Boden, were intrigued to learn that it wasn't the first time founder of the homecare products group had been seen at Cross Heath.

It's Back to the Roots!

Welcome Ken Barlow... Coronation Street Star joins the Castle Comfort Team.

Wolstanton based homecare products specialist Castle Comfort Centre now has one of the most famous faces in the history of British T.V. on their team.

Actor William Roache, who plays Coronation Street 's Ken Barlow, took time off from a busy acting schedule to join the voting panel of CCC's Carer of the Year Awards.

Welcome Ken Barlow... Coronation Street Star joins the Castle Comfort Team.

Life may be good or bad- But just how long is it going to be?

The statistics tell us we'll have on average 76 years for men and 81 years for the fairer sex-but no one really wants to know do they?

Well, having a pre-programmed life meter on our foreheads wouldn't go down well with some people... just imagine the disarray it would cause to our pensions companies!

Life may be good or bad- But just how long is it going to be?

Appeal by Normandy Veteran!! Does anyone recognise this man?

The Clarion regularly quizzes Castle Comfort's staff about goings on at this thriving and growing business - and always of particular interest is news of remarkable and outstanding characters who come along - and in needing the services of CCC, become not just customers - but friends. None more so than 84 years' young Mr ERNEST FROST of Bradwell.

Appeal by Normandy Veteran!! Does anyone recognise this man?
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