Manor House residential home in North Walsham, Norfolk has been awarded a 5-star food hygiene rating, following an inspection by the Environmental Health.
The highest rating a care home can achieve, the rating demonstrates that the home has complied with statutory obligations by showing outstanding food hygiene standards.
The news follows the recent 30th anniversary of Chantelle Lown, head chef at the home, who was the subject of a special presentation for her loyalty and dedication.
After spending 12 years in a care role, she became the head chef, and now runs the home’s kitchen where she caters for up to 48 residents, in addition to staff and visitors.
Paula Pawsey, manager at Manor House said: “Congratulations to Chantelle and her team for achieving the 5-star hygiene award from the Environmental Health; something we’ve achieved for a number of consecutive years.”
Adding: “We’re delighted to have been awarded the highest rating for our food hygiene; it is very important that we achieve the best possible standards and I’m proud of all members of staff who work hard to maintain our excellent standards.”