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Soon to Open Whitby Care Home Welcomes Mayor at Topping Out Ceremony

A major milestone has been reached at The Mayfield Care Home, Whitby’s new luxury care home which will provide residential and dementia care and create 65 jobs locally.

The 66-bed home is being developed by LNT Care Developments and will be operated by Cromwell Care, a family-run business that is focused on providing the highest quality of hospitality and care for its residents.

The LNT team was joined by the Town Mayor of Whitby, Cllr Linda Wild, Scarborough Borough Council’s Councillor for Mayfield, Cllr John Nock, Cromwell Care’s CEO, Tobyn Dickinson, and The Mayfield Care Home’s General Manager, Adam Kane. The final roof tile was held by the team to mark this special occasion, as the build moves into its final phase.

Councillor Wild said,
“As the Mayor of Whitby, the community is at the heart of everything I do, and The Mayfield Care Home will undoubtedly become a significant part our local community. It was an honour to visit the home and meet the team. We witnessed a hugely impressive building which will bring important jobs to Whitby, as well as much-needed accommodation for elderly people in Whitby and the surrounding area. We are looking forward to working with them in the coming months and years. The Mayfield Care Home team is passionate about the meaning of quality of life and I could see that in the team’s experience and focus, and the design and layout of the building.”

Tobyn Dickinson said,
“I’d like to thank The Mayor of Whitby and Councillor Nock for joining us for our Topping Out Ceremony – it was an absolute pleasure to welcome them and give them a tour of our home. The Mayfield Care Home is coming together well and I’m sure our future residents will love everything we have to offer. The home will become a key part of the local community. There is a significant shortage of care home beds in Whitby, and we look forward to helping improve this situation.”

The Mayfield Care Home is scheduled to open its doors to its first residents in March.