A couple who launched a new in-home care company in north Shropshire with a mission to raise the standards of the care industry both for care staff and those who receive care in their own homes, have today celebrated their first year in business.

Mark Goodall and Nicky Sealey set up the care company Visiting Angels North Shropshire after Nicky worked in the care sector business for over 15 years. The couple aim to provide a standard of care that reflects their own strong family values.

Visiting Angels North Shropshire co-director and registered care manager, Nicky Sealey, explained that Visiting Angels is a leading national care provider which had established a reputation as a trailblazer in reforming the modern social care industry.

“Working with Visiting Angels to set up our own business under its brand has given us the chance to align our own values and experiences with a leading care provider’s mission.

“We are delighted to be Celebrating our first year in Oswestry and very proud of how the team has grown.  11 months ago there was two of us and now there is nearly 30.  We are looking forward to supporting clients in the community and growing our team further.”

Co-director, Mark Goodall added, “It’s a wonderful place to be – we have encountered all walks and generations of life, we are really pleased to be part of the local community.”


Visiting Angels ‘Angels’ celebrating.


Nicky Sealey.                Nicky Sealey and Mark Goodall.