BUPA upgrades Kensington


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

BUPA has completed a three-quarters of a million pound upgrade of the Kensington nursing home in London.

All the home’s 53 bedrooms and ensuite facilities been redecorated and refurbished and plasma TVs with freeview have been added to the bedrooms. The living area now offers residents Sky television with a wide range of channels to pick from. Desktop computers with internet access have been added to the library and laptops are also being introduced, so that residents have the freedom to use computers in different areas of the home, including their be





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