Hallmark Care Homes has officially opened an £8.5m service in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
The 80-bed residential, dementia and nursing care home, was launched by Hallmark’s oldest resident, Eileen Symonds, 106, who lives at the provider’s Kew House Care Home in Wimbledon.
Hallmark Care Homes Managing Director, Ram Goyal, said: “I am delighted that Henley Manor Care Home in Henley-on-Thames is now officially open and we welcome all of our new team into the Hallmark Care Homes family.
“I am proud of everyone who has been involved in the building and opening of the care home, including the Savista Developments Team and the team involved in the grand launch.
“We are looking forward to making Henley Manor a part of the community providing high-quality care for residents in the future, enabling them to live life to the full.”
Chair of Hallmark Care Homes and Managing Director of Savista Developments, Avnish Goyal, said: “We are delighted to have completed our first Savista project and to have officially opened Henley Manor Care Home to the public.
“We have many new projects in the pipeline, and we are looking forward to creating more beautiful environments to enhance the quality of life for those looking for care.
“Henley Manor provides innovative solutions to care and a lot of consideration has gone into this home to ensure we are meeting the ever-changing needs of future residents.”
Henley Manor’s state-of-the-art facilities include a cinema, luxurious hair salon, farmhouse kitchen, therapy room and café.