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Incoming Clarence Estate Executive Manager Deborah Sinclaire-Lane, General Manager of Health and Care Services WA Jennifer Grieve, Ann Nolan, Community Coordinator Cheryl Clarke and Chief Executive Officer Graeme Prior.
Clarence Estate has had a change over this month, with Executive Manager Ann Nolan stepping down. Ann is heading back to the United Kingdom to spend time with her family.
Deborah Sinclair-Lane, formerly Belmont’s Director of Nursing, has stepped into the role and has spent a couple of weeks settling into the day-to-day processes within the five houses that make up Clarence Estate.
Throughout the 18 months Ann spent as Executive Manager, she has been a valued asset to the team and has made a wonderful contribution to the Clarence Estate community.
Up to 86 people call Clarence Estate home and enjoy the landscaped grounds, courtyards and welcoming shared spaces within the houses.