Caring Homes marks construction milestone at Northamptonshire care home

Brook House

Caring Homes has marked a construction milestone at its Brook House care home in Towcester, Northamptonshire.

The final roof tiles on the home were fitted by Caring Homes construction manager Kevin Coleman, area sales manager Michelle Mackay and special projects manager Alison Curd,  along with representatives from builders Wildgoose Construction (all pictured).

Kevin Coleman said: “It is very exciting for everyone involved that we have reached this milestone at Brook House. We will now all be working hard to get the home fitted out inside and recruit staff ready to welcome our first residents next year.”

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The purpose-built home, which is due to open in summer 2020, with offer a choice of spacious bedrooms with ensuite wet rooms, some having private patios with garden access. The home will also feature bright and versatile communal areas, including a cinema, hair salon, sensory room, shop, bistro, a restaurant with private dining facilities and several lounges and quiet rooms.

Brook House is part of Caring Homes which is celebrating 25 years in the care home industry this year after starting out with one care home in 1994.

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