NatWest funds St Monica for long term growth

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

Bristol-based St Monica Trust has announced funding of future major development plans for its retirement villages in Bristol with a funding package worth £20m over 20 years from NatWest, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland group. With operations in Westbury-on-Trym and Bedminster, the Charity has an 80-year history and has worked closely with NatWest for more than 30 years, most lately to fund the development of the care home on their Cote Lane site in Westbury-on-Trym by extending the 50-bed facility to 76 beds, which will include a specialist dementia care unit. NatWest will provide funding of £20m to St Monica over 20 years to enable the organisation to further develop its existing sites and to acquire and develop other sites, supporting the charity’s aim of helping a greater number of people in a wider variety of ways within the Bristol area. St Monica head of finance Rob Whetton said the facility with NatWest provides the Trust with assured and flexible funding to expand services. “Our retirement vi

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