Hallmark Care Homes has celebrated the completion of its £8m, 77-bed residential, dementia and nursing home in Banstead, Surrey.
During a special event, guests were invited to take a tour of the home’s luxury facilities which include a cinema, hairdressers, therapy room and café. Communal areas of the home include an interactive kitchen where residents can assist in the preparation of meals and landscaped gardens designed by the late, award-winning landscape architect David Fountain.
General Manager at Banstead Manor Care Home, David Stallard said: “I am so proud to be part of the team who have grouped together and have made Banstead Manor the beautiful home that it is today.
“At Hallmark Care Homes we take pride in providing high-quality relationship-centred care to the ladies and gentlemen we support and I am excited to be able to lead the team here at Banstead Manor and encourage the team to continue showing the enthusiasm and passion that they have shown in the weeks leading up to this grand launch event.
“We hope to be a well-respected member of the Banstead community and I am excited to welcome our first residents into the home so they can experience the amazing care that I know we will provide.”
Managing Director of Hallmark Care Homes, Ram Goyal, said: “I would like to thank everybody that attended the grand launch of Banstead Manor and all those involved in the process of creating this wonderful environment.
“We are looking forward to making the home a part of the community, where we can provide outstanding relationship-centred care to all residents.”
Chair of Hallmark Care Homes, Avnish Goyal, added: “Walking through the doors of Banstead Manor and seeing what the team have put together has been phenomenal.
“I am so proud and blown away with the environment we have created, where residents can live life to the full in luxurious yet homely surroundings.”