Well, the first thing that “Ms. Non Caring Person,” does is try to ask you if she can help you because she is working in a service based company, but you instantly realize that the girl has crammed an entire pack of chewing gum in her small mouth thus making communication with her almost impossible. Irritating? You bet..
I’d always wanted an education. I felt cheated out of my education because of my childhood and was very eager to go back. That was exciting to me,” Sewell says.. Hugh Caldwell’s family say he is a shadow of his former self after a three week stay at Castle View saw him contract sepsis and develop blisters and scabs on his scalp and chin (Image: Daily Record)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA spina bifida sufferer was left fighting for his life after a short respite stay in a care home.Hugh Caldwell contracted sepsis while in Castle View in Dumbarton and his head and face were left covered in agonising blisters and puss filled sores.The 63 year old would normally be looked after by his sisters, Maisie and Christine. But he was placed in privately run Castle View, at a cost of 3000, while they attended a family wedding in Australia.However, when the sisters returned to Scotland three weeks later, they found he had sepsis and was “a shadow of his former self”.Care home boss refused to give Alzheimer patients medicine and chucked away pillsChristine said: “To think that Hugh’s savings were spent paying for people to look after him and he ended up so seriously ill is upsetting.”We are Hugh’s carers and we trusted the staff there to look after him while we went away.”He was totally neglected by the staff at Castle View. We were horrified when we saw him.GhostsGhost appears in background of innocent snap encouraging owners to clean up after their dogsCouncillor Jason Parry wanted to raise awareness over dog mess on the streets but a sepia version of picture caused quite a paranormal stir.Police ScotlandPolice lockdown Pollok streets amid reports of ‘gang fight’ involving weaponsLocal residents said the area is swarming with cops after a fight apparently broke out between rival ‘gang’ members earlier this evening.UK WorldMum slams chip shop for serving ‘pathetic portion that tastes like raw potato’The unnamed woman paid 2.80 for the two small portions of chips and claims they “wouldn’t even feed a four year old child” but the manager has hit backHamilton Sheriff CourtTerrified residents forced to flee tower block after firebug set rubbish alightChristopher Smith admitted wilfully starting the blaze at Globe Court around Bonfire Night.South Lanarkshire CouncilRundown East Kilbride shopping precinct set for facelift after 1m takeoverWestwood Square was bought at auction by property investors Knightsbridge Scotland who this week revealed long overdue plans to spruce up the square.WishawSerial shoplifter given chance to turn his life around by SheriffMark McCutcheon stole several items from four supermarkets in Wishaw, Newmains and Motherwell.WishawMan hits out at council after leak in bathroom forces carpets to be ripped upFrustrated Tony Smith has been having problems with his home in Ravenscraig for the past three years.WishawCraigneuk kids cut above the rest as new school term beginsFollowing the success of Craigneuk Lifelong Learning Centre’s school uniform bank, staff decided to offer free haircuts to children returning or starting school or nursery.Most ReadMost RecentUK WorldNora Quoirin’s body was ‘in plain sight with head in hands like she was asleep’One of the team that found 15 year old Nora Quoirin’s body in the Malaysian jungle says it was not hidden or coveredEuropa LeagueCeltic could play Europa League decider in front of closed home stand if AIK Stockhom progressThe Swedish side are under investigation from UEFA and have already closed off the North Stand due to a dispute with police chiefs..