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The refurbishment concludes!

Over the past 18 months The Heathers Residential Care Home has gone through a major refurbishment, to help improve the lives of its residents and working conditions for its staff. Everything from a new roof, to beautiful double glazed sash windows, to keep the character of the building has been installed. Internally, having created a brand new residents room and breakfast dining area, we have also refurbished and decorated each and every residents room, with new sinks, beds and furniture, as well as wallpaper a safety flooring.

Our bathrooms have now been fitted with a fully reclining Parker Bath and the other with a wet room, as well as a bath with Parker aided seating. A further wet room has been installed in our new residents room and other en-suites have been upgraded.

Externally, in the garden, we have created our Garden Room with en-suite, which is offered for use by residents and their families, providing privacy and family dining when required. Our decking area is now able to be fully covered as we have installed remote controlled awnings, this allows residents to enjoy the outdoors, to dine, socialise or just sit in the shade.

We plan further works in the garden over the coming 12 months but have yet to confirm designs.

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