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Deputy Mayor to open new suite at Woolmer Green care home

Added on: 15th June, 2018 by Francesca_27017

Deputy Mayor to open new suite at Woolmer Green care home

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Fri, 15 June 2018

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A local care home will be joined by a special guest as it celebrates the opening of its new nursing suite.

On Wednesday 23rd May from 10.30am-12.30pm, the Deputy Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Councillor Barbara Fitzsimon, will join the Care UK team and residents at Knebworth on London Road, to officially open the homes newest suite.

Local people are invited to attend the opening of the Maple Suite which will offer nursing care for 17 older people in the area. The event will include live music from local artist Ricardo, and complementary refreshments.

Home manager at Knebworth, Vera Moreira-Henocq, said: The care home has been established in the town for more than five years, however since becoming a Care UK home at the end of last year, weve had a new lease of life and were continuing the momentum weve built by unveiling our fantastic new nursing suite.

Its a very exciting time for us here at Knebworth and we are thrilled to be able to announce the expansion of our existing services. Were looking forward to welcoming residents to the new suite and building on the warm, welcoming environment we have created at the home.

We hope local people will join us as we commemorate its opening, and we are especially thrilled that the Deputy Mayor of the borough is able to join us for our special day.

For more information on Knebworth, please call customer relations manager Yvonne Rolfe, on 01438 894 396, or email yvonne.rolfe@careuk.com.

For more general information about Knebworth, please visit www.careuk.com/knebworth

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