Oakdale and LNT team up on new home

Rtd Lft Col Keith Seddon MBE (centre) officially opens Kingfisher Court with Oakdale Care co-founders Andrew Long (left) and Chris Babington (right)

A purpose-built Oakdale Care home which has been designed and built by LNT Care Developments has been officially opened in Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire.

Rtd Lt Col Keith Seddon MBE opened the doors of Kingfisher Court’s state-of-the-art facilities for a viewing by local care professionals, councillors and business owners.

Paul Quirk, home manager at Kingfisher Court, said: “Everyone here at Kingfisher Court has enjoyed showing the community round our beautiful new home.  We have a great staff team and unique facilities and we are all positive we can make Kingfisher Court a fantastic place to live and work.  We are delighted our first residents have moved in so we can make a real fuss of them.”

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The 66-bed home will provide residential and dementia care on an all-inclusive basis.

Facilities include en-suite wet rooms, a garden room, library, cinema, hair and beauty salon, landscaped gardens and English tea room complete with balcony areas.

Rtd Lt Col Seddon said: “I am really impressed with the facilities at Kingfisher Court, it is like a five star hotel!  I am sure the home is going to be an integral part of the local community – all the staff are very committed and I am very much looking forward to meeting more of the residents when they move in.”

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