The management team at Buckshaw Retirement Village is investing in further refurbishments to maintain its award-winning standards.
More than £350,000 has been invested in the modern site at Buckshaw, near Chorley, Lancashire during the last 12 months.
Money has been spent on the extensive gardens and landscaping along with rooms and leisure and wellness facilities within the village.
Further refurbishments are being made within The Grange to enhance the luxury quality of some of the studio and spacious one-bedroom apartments. Elsewhere, further refurbishments are being made within The Lodge dementia care centre.
Buckshaw Retirement Village comprises three distinctive living communities: The Grange, a luxury assisted living environment; The Lodge, a high quality dementia care home; and The Court, which is privately, owned independent living apartments.
Phil Hill, director at Buckshaw, said: “Buckshaw is one of the leading retirement villages in the North West and it’s important that we maintain the quality of living spaces and constantly review and enhance other associated facilities, whether that’s our gym or bistro.
“We have a small number of vacant studios and apartments within The Grange so have been using this time to spruce up these properties.
“The Grange is a real home-from-home where residents can enjoy their own freedom, peace and quiet but also enjoy the benefits of communal living in a supportive environment. Each home has been designed to make life easier, secure and more enjoyable.
“Buckshaw is a retirement village that caters for a broad range of people, with very differing needs. The overall ethos is one of offering residents a high quality service, exceptional care, promoting independence and enhancing wellness.”
Buckshaw is part of The Hica Group, a not for profit organisation, which operates a portfolio of 20 residential care homes, five of which are for people with a learning disability, along with two retirement villages. The company also runs a home care service providing approximately 11,500 hours of support and care from four regional offices in the North of England.