The manor will eventually provide a home for 64 residents and create up to 60 jobs, offering. residential and nursing care, and shorter term stays.
There is also a dedicated and thoughtfully designed environment for those living with a dementia. ach of the 64 spacious bedrooms has been beautifully decorated and features an en-suite bathroom. The whole home incorporates clever and practical features that emphasise safety but also boasts the latest innovations in care home design.
The café, which looks out onto beautifully landscaped gardens, will be a hub for residents to gather, whilst the cinema and projection room is a special extra that will help staff engage in meaningful activity with our residents.
Annie Lampard has been appointed as the home manager at Woodland Manor and is looking forward to the challenge ahead.
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She said: “I feel so lucky to be managing such a stunning care home and a really dedicated team of healthcare professionals. Every one of us wants to make a positive difference in the lives of those who come to live with us. We have welcomed our first residents and we look forward to helping many more people feel as comfortable here as they would be in their own homes, whilst making sure they get the care and support they need.”
Woodland Manor will also provide an interesting and stimulating range of activities and entertainment for their residents and the local community to enjoy, and in February, antiques expert Eric Knowles will be the special guest at an antique valuation event.
Contact the home on 0808 178 1041.