Four Seasons opens Cheshire home


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

Independent care home operator Four Seasons Health Care has opened a new nursing home in Macclesfield, Cheshire. This brings the number of homes operated by Four Seasons across the UK to 122, with more than 6,200 beds. The home, Weston Park, is a nursing and residential home with 90 beds and has been newly built for Four Seasons. The home has been built in the grounds of the old Weston Park nursing home which is now being demolished to make way for new housing. The new care home, which has a full range of modern facilities and equipment, provides care for elderly people with dementia and a separate unit provides care for people with general medical and social care needs. All of the residents moved from the old to the new building in October. Lou Smith, managing director for Four Seasons in England, said the old Weston Park had been a well known local landmark and facility. “There will be some who are sorry to see it go,” he said. “However, the limitations of such an old building, coupled with new care standar





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