Rivendell View Care Home, situated on Magenta Way in Stoke Bardolph , has hosted its official open day and received a very warm welcome from local artists who generously donated paintings and other works of art to display around the home.
A local artist attended the open day bearing a touching housewarming gift of a portrait of the local woodlands which he presented to Home Manager, Samantha Kavanagh.
Samantha said, ‘The response from the local community has been overwhelming, I am very grateful to the community for their many ‘home warming’ gifts – they are all taking pride of place in our home for our future residents to see and appreciate’.
Rivendell View is a state-of-the-art care home, operated by care provider Ideal Carehomes, and has all the finishing touches you would expect from a luxurious new home. Rivendell View has benefitted from a £12 million investment, providing spacious en-suite bedrooms and latest care technology allowing the Rivendell View care team to deliver person-centred care in a dignified manner, promoting independence as far as possible.
The team have been delighted to have such a warm welcome from the Nottingham community, with many housewarming gifts being delivered throughout the day including interesting artwork for the walls, sculptures and even art kits for residents to use once they move in. As a token of their gratitude, the Rivendell View team are looking forward to hosting monthly art classes taught by local artists once restrictions allow.
During the open day, local people were able to get their first glimpse of the luxurious care home which has been under construction for nearly a year. Nearly 100 local people visited the home, adhering to current government guidelines, including (potential quote from an important visitor).
Samantha, said, ‘I am thrilled our preview day was such a success. It was a pleasure to meet so many wonderful people from around our community. I look forward to welcoming our first residents and assisting them to live the next chapter of their lives to the fullest!’.
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