Bupa spends £2.5m on Monmouth home


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

BUPA has upgraded its Monmouth Court nursing home in Ipswich, Suffolk at a cost of â£2.5m.

The investment sees an increase in capacity at the nursing home, which now has an extra 33 ensuite bedrooms and two new lounge areas, all with flat screen TVs, plus a library and a quiet room. Two enclosed courtyard areas have been spruced up in co-operation with a local garden centre – one area is themed around the seaside, and the other is based on the countryside.


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