A major milestone has been reached in the construction of a 74-bed Hallmark care home in Angmering, West Sussex.
Hallmark Care Homes’ chief operating officer, Aneurin Brown, Chair of Angmering Parish Council, Nikki Hamilton-Street, and several local councillors came together for the ‘topping out’ ceremony of the home which will include 16 luxurious suites alongside several state-of-the-art facilities.
Angmering Grange Care Home, which is being built by Savista Developments, will provide residential, nursing and dementia care and create 100 jobs locally.
Facilities will include a café, a state-of-the-art cinema and a luxurious hairdressing salon and therapy room, ice cream parlour, reminiscence lounge, garden room and an outdoor roof terrace.
Aneurin said: “This year we will celebrate 25 years of building and running multi-award-winning care homes. We are excited to be able to create a luxurious and engaging new care community in Angmering and are so grateful for the local support we have received so far.
“Angmering Grange Care Home will provide residents with a place where they feel safe and supported to live an active and fulfilled life. Our caring and dedicated teams, will be provided with on-going training and support to provide the very best relationship centred care to residents and much thought and consideration has gone into the design of this beautiful new home.”
Nikki Hamilton-Street said: “Angmering Parish Council were delighted to be a part of Angmering Grange’s topping out ceremony. We witnessed a high-quality building which we hope will bring employment as well as a care home to the parish. We are very much looking forward to working with them in the coming months prior to the opening later this year to assist their integration into our community, and for many years to come.”
Angmering Grange, which is scheduled to open its doors this autumn, will be Hallmark’s 20th care home.