Work starts on Hallmark’s care home in South Wales


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

Work has begun on a £7m care home which will open in Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales in the spring of next year. When commissioned, the home will offer state-of-the-art facilities for the town including a gym, cinema room, overnight guest room and a sensory therapy room. Hallmark Healthcare is building three new homes in Wales this year as part of a UK-wide multi-million pound investment programme – the other two are in Cardiff. For managing director Avnish Goyal the investment in the two acre Merthyr site marks an important stage in the company’s development. “We opened our first care home in Pontypridd 10 years ago,” said Mr Goyal. “Now we have 21 homes across England and Wales and it’s good to be back investing in the valleys of South Wales again. “We’ve had incredible support from the local authority and local people. We’re looking forward to seeing the home come together now to provide a first class facility for the community.” The name of the home is currently being decided through a





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