Royal Tunbridge Wells care home shortlisted for prestigious design award


Hallmark Care Homes’ facility in Royal Tunbridge Wells has been shortlisted for an esteemed design award.


Chamberlain Court Care Home, which opened in July 2017, is in the running for an award in the ‘Best New Care Home’ category at the prestigious Pinders Healthcare Design Awards.


The national awards ceremony first established in 1999, seek to acknowledge the contribution made by designers, architects and the owners of care homes, hospitals and other care schemes to the well-being and quality of life for those in their care.


Chamberlain Court provides residential and dementia care and has facilities such as a hair salon, barbers, cinema room and café, all of which provide vital destination points for residents living with dementia.


Other communal areas comprise of a celebrations room and celebrations restaurant on the third floor of the home with an adjoining terrace, which enables relatives to have a meal with their loved ones on occasion.


Meanwhile, outside there are landscaped gardens complete with an aviary and a modern water feature as its centrepiece.


General Manager of Chamberlain Court Care Home, Genevieve Rodrigues said: “We are absolutely delighted to be in the final for this prestigious award.


“An enormous amount of hard work, dedication and passion has gone into creating this beautiful facility so that the residents, their families and the care teams can feel at home. Being shortlisted for this category is a wonderful acknowledgement of all that effort.”




The highly regarded nomination follows in the footsteps from the 2015 Pinders Healthcare Design Awards where Anya Court, Hallmark Care Homes’ facility in Rugby was crowned ‘Best Care Home.’ This award represented a record breaking five wins in five years for Hallmark.


The winners will be named at a glittering ceremony at The Lancaster London Hotel in Westminster on the 14th March.



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