Located in Ixworth near Bury St Edmunds, the home has extended their building with an additional ten en-suite bedrooms adding to the existing single, double and en-suite rooms. The new addition also features a landscaped courtyard where residents can enjoy outdoor space and socialise with friends and family.
The home has plans to celebrate the unveiling of the extension with friends, family and the local community invited to take a tour and meet residents.
Fitted with modern furnishings, the new addition to the home includes en-suite showers, along with room for residents’ own belongings to make them feel at home.
Angela Wade, The Beeches Registered Manager, explained the secret to the home’s success; “By finding the right staff, delivering the best care and creating a friendly, welcoming environment, we have been able to thrive over the past 13 years, and now even extend.
“We are proud of the compassionate care that we provide to our residents each and every day. Our first priority will always be the happiness of our residents, creating a place they can call home and this expansion is testament to the commitment of our care team.
“Our residents and care team are already excited by the prospect of meeting new people and welcoming them into the community.”
The Beeches provides specialist dementia residential care with a team of dedicated care staff who provide around the clock care for residents.
For more information on The Beeches Care Home, or to take a look around the home, please call 01359 230773 or visit https://www.thebeeches-ixworth.co.uk
"By finding the right staff, delivering the best care and creating a friendly, welcoming environment, we have been able to thrive over the past 13 years, and now even extend."
Angela Wade, The Beeches Registered Manager
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