80-bed home opens in Gloucestershire


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

An 80-bed care home in the Quedgeley area of Gloucestershire was opened this month as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s £50m plan to build 11 new care homes and extracare housing schemes, some on existing sites and others on new sites to allow enough space for improved facilities.

As a result, the number of care beds and extracare units will increase by 121, with more specialist high dependency beds to meet the changing needs of the growing number of older people in the county. The new Chestnut Court facility will replace Woolstrop House in Que





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