18th March 2013

Wetherby Open Weekend 23-24 March

Staff at Wetherby Manor, Hadrian Healthcare Group’s £6 million care development in the centre of Wetherby in Yorkshire, are now preparing to welcome the first residents who move in at the end of the month.

The newly built luxury care home with eight adjacent supported living suites has already attracted a lot of interest and an open weekend is being held on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March, from 10am to 4pm.

Jas Gill, managing director of Hadrian Healthcare Group said: “The open weekend is a chance for people who haven’t already met our manager Denise Stephenson and her team to pop in and also have a look around our very special facilities.

“Our aim is always to provide person-centred and compassionate care in a luxurious, carefully designed setting.

“We’re right in the heart of the community and we’re looking forward to becoming an active part of the community too.” 

Wetherby Manor provides specially designed accommodation for clients requiring residential, nursing or dementia care.  All accommodation is arranged in small living groups creating a homely environment. In-house chefs will be using locally sourced produce where possible to create a wide range of balanced, nutritious dishes, and a lifestyle co-ordinator will organise social activities for residents.

The self-contained apartment style supported living suites are for couples or individuals who require minimal care but benefit from living in a supported environment, and residents have access to all the Wetherby Manor facilities such as dining rooms and cafes, bar, hair and beauty salon, gardens and bowling green, library, cinema and newspaper shop.

This is the ninth care home opened by Hadrian Healthcare Group in the north of England since 2008. The company employs 600 staff, holds the Investors in People Silver award and has its head office in Gateshead.
For more information on Wetherby Manor contact manager Denise Stephenson on 01937 588001, email by clicking here or view the details on our website here

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