Operator buys Liverpool home

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

The Manchester office of business agents Christie + Co has recently sold Ashley Manor nursing home, situated on the entrance to the new docklands development in the heart of Waterloo in Liverpool.

Registered for 75 residential nursing and EMI clients, together with 65 day care places, Ashley Manor was one of the biggest independently owned care homes in Liverpool. Having been a family-run business for a number of years, the home was sold to Mr Johal, who is an expanding operator in the North Wes

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