Interest is high in the newly refurbished and extended, luxurious Hope Green Care Home, in Adlington, following its official opening on Friday 29th July 2016. Hope Green Care Home was officially opened by Philip Burgan, Chairman and CEO of Maria Mallaband Care Group and special guests Mayor of Macclesfield, Cllr Alift Harewood-Jones, and her Consort, Mr Peter Jones, along with the Mayor’s Cadet, Miss Emily Storer.
Councillor Geoff King on behalf of Poynton Town Council and Jan Wiper from Adlington Parish Council also attended along with numerous visitors who turned out to celebrate the opening of the new residence. Hope Green specialises in providing residential and respite care for up to 52 elderly residents and as part of the open day, prospective residents and their families were given a VIP tour of the care home’s facilities and enjoyed a glass of Champagne and Canapés.
Jenny Biggar, Hope Green’s Care Manager said:
“I am full of pride with that my team and I have achieved at Hope Green, in what has been a challenging development. I am proud to be the Manager, of such a wonderful home, but I also feel privileged that we consistently offer the best of care to our residents.”
Hope Green Care Home, London Road, Adlington, is part of Maria Mallaband Care Group (MMCG). With 67 elderly care homes across the UK, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands in its entire portfolio, MMCG is a leader in the UK care home industry. MMCG has a passion for delivering high quality services in luxurious accommodation and care is at the heart of the company.