Barchester acquires Rayner Court


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Barchester Healthcare has acquired the Rayner Court retirement flats in Henfield, West Sussex. Consisting of 21 flats, Rayner Court is situated within the 3.5 acre grounds of existing Barchester Healthcare care home, Red Oaks, which was acquired in 2003 from Perennial, a charity set up to support the long term care needs of gardeners and horticulturalists. Barchester plans to renovate and update the flats and improve the communal areas of Rayner Court. Chief operating officer Barry Sweetbaum said the first priority would be to get to know those living there better and to listen to their views on any changes they would like to be made. “At Barchester, we never forget that our homes are actually the homes of those who live there and it is their needs, interests and preferences that come first,” said Mr Sweetbaum. Rayner Court joins Barchester Healthcare’s expanding portfolio of around 170 homes, ranging from Thurso, near John o1Groats in Scotland down to Launceston in Cornwall. Manor House care home near York w





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