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Notts Dementia Care Specialist Gains Approval For Growth

NOTTINGHAM dementia care home specialist, Church Farm Care, has received planning permission to extend its popular home in Cotgrave following a raft of other successful projects at its second home in Cotgrave, known as Rusticus.

Church Farm Care Home at Cotgrave has been given the go ahead for a first-floor extension, in addition to single storey extensions to the side and rear of the existing building. The added space will ensure that every bedroom at the home includes an ensuite, improving the living environment for all family members.

Lucy Atkinson, director at Church Farm Care said: “It’s important that we continue investing in our homes to build on the high-level of care we provide to those living with dementia. Ensuring all rooms at Church Farm Care Home at Cotgrave feature ensuites will give our family members greater independence and boost their quality of life which is always at the heart of everything we do.”

The approved work at Church Farm Care Home at Cotgrave follows the successful work to create more bed spaces at its Rusticus home, also in Cotgrave. Hickling Lodge, a state-of-the-art 30-bedroom standalone building at Rusticus, featuring new lounges and lifestyle kitchens, opened in late 2021 to meet additional demand for Church Farm’s special form of dementia care.

Rusticus family members and staff also celebrated the opening of a social hub called Socius earlier this year. Complete with a newly opened cinema, hairdressers, and café, the new area also includes a walk-through bird aviary in freshly landscaped grounds for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Work is also set to start this year at Church Farm’s Skylarks home in West Bridgford. This will see the creation of 30 independent living pods in addition to amenities that will also benefit the community such as a hydrotherapy swimming pool.

Patrick Atkinson, director of Church Farm Care, said: “Our inspiration for our care homes comes from the Dementia Village in the Netherlands. Home to more than 150 residents, they are encouraged to be independent, visit shops, get their hair done and attend clubs, all onsite.

“The independence that the residents can have at the Dementia Village is something we are striving to achieve across all our homes, and the continued development of our two homes in Cotgrave and at Skylarks takes us one step closer to accomplishing this goal.

“This combined investment and exciting work in the future will all go towards improving life for our family members as well as consciously adding to the sense of community in the local area.”

 

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