The team at The Belmont celebrated their official opening with a brilliant 1920s themed grand launch. The day was one to remember, with the team and residents inviting the Worcester community to the celebrations and the day’s events, including a classic car show, a live jazz band, thorough tours and an official ribbon cutting.
For those at The Belmont, the grand launch was not only a day to celebrate the care home’s official opening, but to finally show the community everything that the team has worked so hard to create; a beautiful home for seniors in the Worcester area. It was a wonderful opportunity for members of the community, who have for months watched the home being built, to finally see first-hand the home’s luxury interiors and designs, fantastic features and facilities, and top of the range furnishings.
After a look around the home, guests ventured into the beautifully manicured gardens, where they could enjoy some refreshments and the talented jazz band, made all the better under brilliant blue skies and sunshine.
Along with the passionate team, residents and members of the community, The Belmont was honoured to welcome The Mayor of Worcester, Cllr Hodgson. The Mayor, along with The Belmont’s first resident, Heather, did the honour of cutting the ribbon on the day, which was followed with cheers and applause from the crowd.
Customer Relations Manager at The Belmont, Tommy Fellows, said:
“It was a joy to welcome so many wonderful people from the Worcester community to our beautiful new home The Belmont, the newest home in the Sanders Senior Living collection. Thank you, team, for all your hard work in making our grand launch event a reality. Not to forget all our classic car owners and the talented jazz musicians.”
The Belmont Home Manager, Sandie Preece, also commented:
“It was heart-warming to see everyone at our grand launch having the loveliest time. Finally being able to show off our home and all it has to offer at such a fantastic event was a moment the team and I have looked forward to for months. To see Heather, our first resident, and the Mayor of Worcester cutting the ribbon was a surreal experience. You could really feel the excitement in the air throughout the day. This is just the beginning, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for The Belmont.”