Topping out ceremony for latest Caring Homes venture

Topping out ceremony for latest Caring Homes venture

The final tiles have been secured on the roof of Brook House as part of a traditional topping out ceremony to mark the latest milestone at the development.

Situated in Towcester, Northamptonshire, Brook House is Caring Homes’ latest purpose-built care home, due to open in summer 2020 and featuring a bistro and a restaurant with private dining facilities.

The home is designed to be luxurious and beautifully furnished whilst retaining a warm family atmosphere, with trained staff available to get to know residents individually, offering the highest standards of residential, nursing and dementia care.

In addition to the bistro and restaurant Brook House will feature other bright and versatile communal areas including a cinema, hair salon, sensory room, shop and several cosy lounges and quiet rooms.

The final roof tiles were fitted by Caring Homes construction manager Kevin Coleman, area sales manager Michelle Mackay and special projects manager Alison Curd along with representatives from builders Wildgoose Construction.

Said Kevin: “It is very exciting for everyone involved that we have reached this milestone at Brook House. We will now all be working hard to get the home fitted out inside and recruit staff ready to welcome our first residents next year.”

Caring Homes is celebrating 25 years in the care home industry this year after starting out with one care home in 1994.

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