Kingsclear by Caring Homes has officially opened, with guests from the community sharing a festive afternoon to mark the occasion and £1,400 being made in charitable donations.
More than 60 guests enjoyed festive food and drink, plus music from Camberley and District Silver band, as Surrey Heath Deputy Mayor Dan Adams cut the opening ribbon along with Caring Homes founding director Helena Jeffery and Kingsclear’s first resident, Karen Machers, who moved into the home in September.
Representatives from four local charities received a donation to mark the opening of the new home and the building of lasting relationships with the community. These were: Camberley Rotary, St Mary’s Nursery, Camberley Care Trust and Stroke Association.
Said Helena: “It is wonderful to see everyone here to celebrate the opening of the new Kingsclear. This home has always had a reputation for good care, which will continue as will the excellent engagement with the Camberley community.”