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New £12m Care Facility Opens in Nottingham

(L-to-R)-New-Care’s-Kad-Daffe-and-Chris-McGoff-with-the-Mayor-of-Rushcliffe,-Councillor-Maureen-Stockwood,-and-Francis-Purdue-Horan.New Care, a development-led care home operator, has opened the doors to a new £12 million care facility on Ruddington Lane in Ruddington, its second care home in Nottingham.

The doors to Ruddington Manor were officially opened by The Lord of Rushcliffe, Councillor Maureen Stockwood, and her consort Councillor Francis Purdue-Horan.

After a tour of the stunning 66 bed ‘new generation’ care facility, the Lady Mayor met the first few residents at Ruddington Manor, two of whom have already moved in, with a further four or five due to join them in the coming weeks.

The Lady Mayor comments: “It was a pleasure to visit and officially open Ruddington Manor.  It is a superb care home and I was very impressed by the design and attention to detail evident in the building itself and the décor.

“Such a high quality care facility is a great addition to the Borough of Rushcliffe, particularly when New Care’s first home in the area, The Grand, continues to be hugely successful.  The New Care team is committed to providing the very best care services and I wish both the staff and the residents all the very best for the future.”

Chris McGoff, CEO at New Care, comments: “We are thrilled that the Lady Mayor was able to take time out of her busy schedule to open Ruddington Manor.  We are incredibly proud of the care facility and we were delighted to give her a preview tour.  The cutting of the red ribbon and meeting the first Ruddington Manor residents was a truly memorable way to mark the occasion.”

Operated by New Care, a rapidly expanding development-led care home operator, Ruddington Manor is an expertly designed, state-of-art facility that will provide the highest standards of safety, comfort and care.  It will offer high quality, person-centred care and an exceptional clinical offering, including residential, nursing and respite care services.

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