New Care, one of the UK’s fastest growing development-led care home operators, has opened the doors to its latest care home, Ashlands Manor, in Sale.
The £10 million 57 bed care home was officially opened by Graham Brady, the Conservative MP for Altrincham and Sale West, and leader of Trafford Council, Sean Anstee.
Designed by Salford-based architects Street Design Partnership, with specialist clinical staff input ensuring all requirements of the Care Quality Commission have been achieved, and built by the multi award-winning construction company, McGoff & Byrne, Ashlands Manor is a ‘new generation’ care facility.
Ashlands Manor provides residential and specialist dementia care services and features well-appointed bedrooms with en suite wet rooms, while the rest of the home offers a variety of communal lounges, dining rooms and secure landscaped gardens. It also offers a host of hotel-style services including fine dining, a hair salon, nail bar, concierge and a busy and varied programme of activities and events.
Chris McGoff, CEO at New Care, said: “We are honoured that Graham and Sean were both able to take time out of their busy schedules to officially open Ashlands Manor. It was a truly memorable way to mark the occasion”
Graham Brady said: “I was very impressed by the quality of the facilities and by the friendly and professional staff. I wish Ashlands Manor and all its future residents every success.”
Sean Anstee added: “Making sure we have the facilities to look after the needs of our population is a key priority for Trafford Council and I was really enthused by the quality of facilities and care that will be provided at Ashlands Manor.”