Guests celebrated the opening of Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield, a new luxury care home on Jockey Road, in grand style last week.
75 VIP visitors were welcomed by a red carpet to an afternoon of free-flowing champagne and gourmet canapés to celebrate the newest care home in Sutton Coldfield.
Councillor Margaret Waddington from Birmingham City Council, who has been a local councillor for more than twelve years, joined an afternoon designed with a touch of luxury.
Bill Brady, founder member of the home, cut the ribbon to officially open the home with great fanfare. He joined the care home’s very first resident, who moved in on Monday 30th January, and others are swiftly following, as up to 65 residents will be calling Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield their new home.
Guests were joined by pupils from St Nicholas Catholic School’s choir, who performed for the occasion, and trio band “Highly Strung” offered musical accompaniment for the afternoon. Offering residential, nursing, and dementia care, Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield aims to set a new standard for care in the area.
Its dedicated specialists create individualised care plans to help each resident choose the lifestyle that is right for them. The home also boasts a hair and beauty salon and bistro cafe on-site, as well as an in-house cinema room and Wi-Fi enabled communal areas.
Residents can choose from a range of en-suite bedrooms and apartments.
The new luxury care home was recently completed by Gracewell Healthcare – in partnership with Welltower, the specialist healthcare infrastructure investors, and Hamberley, a developer of luxury care homes and retirement living projects in the UK.