Ferrars Hall is a brand-new, luxury 66 bed Care Home and is hosting a Public Open Day on Sunday the 12th of June, from 11am onwards. “All are welcome to come and enjoy some refreshments, meet the management team, staff and view the stunning new residential & dementia home” said Home Manager Yvonne Duffy.
Ferrars Hall Care Home is located directly behind the Police Station on Ferrars Road and will showcase how style and elegance has been incorporated in to the development of a care home. With a £6.6 million investment from Country Court Care, Ferrars Hall has been built from traditional stone, whilst incorporating state of the art design and functionality.
On the residential floor, Country Court Care have strived to create an environment which exudes elegance and comfort which can be enjoyed by residents without feeling like they are in a Care Home. For our residents living with dementia, alongside our specialist interior design company, Country Court Care have created home environments that enable residents to find their way around independently, and live in comfort. Country Court Care create supportive and enabling environments that preserve each resident’s sense of identity in a way that feels right for them.
As Home Manager Yvonne Duffy explains “All residents will benefit from a fantastic range of facilities including a hair salon, café/bistro, shop, cinema room, numerous lounges and communal areas, and a beautifully landscaped garden”.
Supported by a highly trained team of Managers and staff, residents can be assured of the best personalised care in stunning surroundings. The care home has also created over 30 jobs for the local community and will house up to 66 residents.
Ferrars Hall Care Home will be the latest Care Home to join the Country Court Care group, a national, award-winning provider of residential, dementia and nursing care. Winner of the “Residential Care Provider of the Year 2015”, Country Court Care has one simple philosophy; “Our residents and their families are at the heart of everything we do”.