Runwood Homes has officially opened its Chelmunds Court care home in Solihull following a Barclays-led finance deal.

The 73-bed home, which will provide care for people living with dementia, will be run in partnership with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.

Runwood CEO Gordon Sanders said: “I am delighted to be working in partnership with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and I feel confident that this is the beginning of a long and prosperous relationship.

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“Chelmunds Court is not only a state of the art building, it prides itself on being a comfortable spacious home with a relaxed and tasteful environment for residents, their relatives and visitors.

“Chelmunds Court is a home from home establishment and I was pleased to hear the positive comments from the visitors after they had a guided tour of the home by the manager and staff team on the grand opening day.

“I extend my thanks to everyone involved in this magnificent project. Runwood Homes takes pride in providing good quality care and we learn something new each time we build new homes and improvement is always top of our list.”

Barclays Relationship Director James Lean added: “Runwood Homes Group are a long established business in the healthcare sector who pride themselves in providing a high standard of care to their clients.

“I am delighted we have been able to play our part in supporting them with the development of their latest care home which will enable them to extend the services they provide to the people of Solihull.”

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