Blanchworth Care expands portfolio in the south


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

Gloucestershire-based independent provider Blanchworth Care has acquired Chippenham Court, a 68-bed dual registered home in Chippenham, and Heather House, a 38-bed nursing home in Bath from the Newcastle-based Regency Care Group, through their agents GLP, for a six figure sum. Blanchworth chief executive Sally Roberts said these two most recent additions brought her company¹s portfolio of care centres in the south of England to 17. “Despite the current difficulties facing care homes, I am confident that we will be able to weather the storm and, with the passage of time, will emerge stronger than ever,” Ms Roberts said. “We are fortunate in having acquired not only two fine establishments with excellent facilities, but a team of dedicated carers who are coping wonderfully well with the transition. “I am looking forward to working with them and undertaking the refurbishment, and training necessary to meet the proposed new national standards in residential care. Ms Roberts said Blanchworth Care¹s aim was to bu





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