Bridge View is part of major expansion programme for Helen McArdle Care

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

Building work is well under way at a new £1.4 million care home in Stakeford, Northumberland, which the region’s biggest elderly care provider, Helen McArdle Care, says will plug a gap for quality elderly care in the area, following the recent closure of Greenacres home, in Ashington. The 62-bed, state-of-the-art Bridge View care home, situated on the site of the former Stakeford Social Club, is part of the first phase of a major expansion programme by Helen McArdle Care. The home is in the final stages of development and will open in August. Enquiries from elderly people who are hoping to take advantage of the new facilities are flooding in to Helen McArdle Care and the company is already taking reservations for places. The company has been recommended to residents at Greenacres, who are looking to relocate to a new care home. Managing director of the family-run firm, Mark McArdle, said the home, which is being built by Bowey Construction, will be ultra modern and easily exceed new government guidelines for

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