Hallmark Care Homes has completed a £700,000 refurbishment at Shire Hall in Cardiff.

The refurbished home, which providers residential, nursing and dementia care, was unveiled by Lord Mayor Monica Walsh and rugby star Rhys Webb.

General manager at Shire Hall, Karen Grapes said: “I was so pleased to be able to host such a successful relaunch event for Shire Hall. We were proud to welcome the Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor of Cardiff Cllr Monica Walsh to officially relaunch the home after our extensive refurbishment.

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“We look forward to ensuring Shire Hall continues to offer outstanding relationship-centred care to all of our residents.”

The home, which provides care for 90 residents, now boasts an old-fashioned pub, gentleman’s barbers, hair salon, café, activities room, garden lounge, farmhouse kitchen, cinema and sensory lounge.

Britain’s Got Talent finalist Melanie Gilpin from Bridgend, South Wales sang for residents and guests at the launch.

The Lord Mayor of Cardiff and Rhys opened the home and revealed an official plaque which marked the end of its 13 month refurbishment.

Award-winning care provider Hallmark Care Homes has 15 care homes across England and Wales.


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