The doors to The Hamptons Care Centre, located off Heyhouses Lane in Lytham St Annes, have been officially opened by the care home’s first resident, Joan Wightman.
Having only just moved in a few days earlier, Joan, aged 92, who is from Lytham St Annes, was joined by the Mayor and Mayoress of Fylde, John and Geraldine Singleton.
The Hamptons, which is a stunning 76 bed ‘new generation’ care facility, has already welcomed nine residents, who are all settling in very well. With 20 further residents scheduled to move in this month, the care home is quickly creating its own charming community.
Commenting on the opening of The Hamptons, The Mayor of Fylde, Councillor John Singleton JP, said: “It was an absolute pleasure to visit The Hamptons and I am honoured to have officially opened this superb care facility, alongside the delightful Joan Wightman. The care home is like a hotel; inviting, stylish and very comfortable, while the team at The Hamptons is inspiring. I wish all the residents and the staff all the very best for the future.”
Chris McGoff, CEO at New Care, comments: “We are thrilled that The Mayor and Mayoress of Fylde were able to take time out of their busy schedules to attend the opening event at The Hamptons. We are proud of the facility and were delighted to show them around. The cutting of the red ribbon with our first resident Joan was a truly memorable way to mark the occasion.”
Having visited The Hamptons for a preview ahead of Parliament re-starting, Mark Menzies MP added: “Making sure we have the facilities to look after the aspiring needs of our ageing population is a key priority for me and I was really impressed by the facilities, as well as the friendly and professional team. I very much support the progressive approach to the provision of care offered by New Care and I wish them well at The Hamptons.”
Operated by New Care, a rapidly expanding development-led care home operator, The Hamptons is an expertly designed, state-of-art facility that will provide the highest standards of safety, comfort and care. It will offer high quality, person-centred care and an exceptional clinical offering, including residential, nursing and specialist dementia care services.
The care home features a high specification finish and is decorated by an interior designer creating stylish yet comfortable and practical spaces.
The well-appointed bedrooms benefit from en suite wet rooms, while the rest of the home offers a variety of communal lounges, dining rooms and secure landscaped gardens. It also offers a host of hotel-style services including fine dining, a hair salon, nail bar, concierge and a busy and varied programme of activities and events.