Hallmark Care Home’s newest addition to its portfolio, Henley Manor, boasts a farmhouse kitchen, along with a café among its long list of state-of-the-art facilities.
There is also a cinema, hair salon and therapy room. Other design innovations at the home include a walk-in therapy bath, a clubhouse which can be reserved for functions, and a sensory room to support people living with dementia. Meanwhile outside there is an outdoor putting green, aviary, greenhouse, living wall and water wall surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens.
Eileen Symonds (pictured), aged 106 and Hallmark’s oldest resident (who lives at Kew House Care Home in Wimbledon) cut the ribbon as part of the home’s official grand launch event recently.
Hallmark Care Homes managing director, Ram Goyal said: “We are looking forward to making Henley Manor a part of the community providing high-quality care for residents in the future, enabling them to live life to the full.”