Greensleeves Care has announced that its bought Glebelands care home in Wokingham.
The home was acquired from the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund.
Paul Newman, Chief Executive of Greensleeves Care, said: “We are really looking forward to the residents and staff of Glebelands joining Greensleeves Care and extending our sector-leading support services to them.
“We have much in common and share fundamental values about our approach to care. Care is at the heart of everything we do. Like us, they are focused on making a positive difference to the lives of residents and we will work closely with them to ensure the handover is as smooth as possible.”
Glebelands becomes Greensleeves’ 21st property providing residential, dementia and nursing care for over 800 people across the Midlands, Southern and Eastern England.
D’Arcy Myers, Interim CEO of The CTBF, said: “I’m really pleased we have been able to conclude the sale of Glebelands to Greensleeves Care as I believe they will build on its track record as a fantastic care home that provides a very personal and warm service to its residents.
“Glebelands has played a hugely important part in the services we have provided as a charity over the years and I’m very glad that it will remain an option for all of our beneficiaries in the future.”