Leading care home operator HC-One has this week opened a state-of-the-art luxury care home in Nottingham.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was held on 16 June to mark the completion of the 70-bed home with 30 attendees, in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
The Mayor of Bingham, Councillor Andrew Shelton and Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Caroline Henry, attended to officially open the home, with the Commissioner announcing: “We are here to mark this very special occasion, and I’m sure everybody will join me in congratulating all those involved, to a job very well done.”
James Tugendhat, Chief Executive Officer of HC-One, also attended the event, and added: “At HC-One, we are incredibly proud of buildings like this, the investment we are able to make, and it’s always the team that helps build a home, so we extend our thanks to Home Manager Liz, Deputy Home Manager Renata and all our colleagues.”
Liz commented: “It was such a pleasure to meet the Police Commissioner and the Mayor of Bingham alongside everyone that was involved in the building process. We are so pleased to have our home now open to residents.”
The state-of-the-art care home consists of four independent living communities, depending on the level of residential and memory care required to meet their needs. It also includes hotel services and facilities so that members from each community can meet up to socialise in the Buttercross Bistro, enjoy leisure and wellbeing sessions in the dedicated hobby room, watch a movie in the Robin Hood Picture House or be pampered with a beauty or spa treatment in the Belvoir Hair and Beauty Salon.