Rothsay Grange officially opened


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

Residents were delighted when TV gardener Charlie Dimmock officiated at the opening of Weyhill’s newest care facility, Rothsay Grange care home, at a VIP ceremony.

Ms Dimmock greeted residents and guest before officially opening the home. Guests were treated to a champagne buffet and were able to enjoy tours of the purpose built home, run by national care provider Barchester Healthcare.

Built on the site of the former Rothsay Hotel in Weyhill, Rothsay Grange opened its doors to residents in September 2009. The 60-bed home provides quality care to the local area and offers nursing, rehabilitation and respite care.

Rothsay also has a Memory Lane Community dedicated to personalised dementia care.

Gina Lim, Operations Manager at Rothsay Grange, said: ‘This has been such a lovely day for all of us here at Rothsay Grange. The residents and staff alike have really enjoyed meeting Charlie.  ‘We hope that Rothsay will prove very welcome in the local community and we





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