New Care opens £15m home in Chester

L to R William Jakeman, Chris McGoff, Miss Margaret Laird, Lord Mayor of Chester and Dominic Kay

Rapidly expanding development-led operator New Care has opened a £15m home in Chester.

The 81-bed Grosvenor Manor was opened by the Lord Mayor of Chester, Councillor Razia Daniels, along with New Care residents Margaret Laird and William Jakeman.

Cllr Daniels said: “It was an absolute pleasure to visit Grosvenor Manor and I am very impressed by the care home and the team behind it.  It has been tastefully decorated and the attention to detail throughout is evident, which really does make a big difference.

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“Such a high quality care facility is a great addition to Chester and I was honoured to have been invited to open Grosvenor Manor, alongside delightful residents.  I wish all the residents and the staff all the very best for the future.”

Grosvenor Manor will provide residential, nursing and specialist dementia care services.

Facilities and services include en suite wet rooms, fine dining, a hair salon, nail bar, concierge and a varied programme of activities and events.

Chris McGoff, CEO at New Care, said: “We are thrilled that the Lord Mayor of Chester was able to take time out of her busy schedule to open Grosvenor Manor.  We are incredibly proud of the care facility and were delighted to give her a preview tour.  The cutting of the red ribbon with some of our residents was a truly memorable way to mark the occasion.”

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