New Care opens first Yorkshire care home
New Care has officially opened its new £15m Yorkshire care home Adel Manor.
Enjoying semi-rural views, Adel Manor, New Care’s tenth care facility in the UK and its first in Yorkshire, boats state-of-the-art residential, nursing, dementia, and respite care services.
The home has 74 en suite bedrooms, and residents can make use of communal lounges, landscaped gardens, dining rooms, quiet reading rooms, a nail bar, and hairdresser. According to New Care, Adel Manor will create 100 new jobs – from carers and nurses, to hospitality, housekeeping, maintenance, and chefs.
To celebrate the opening of Adel Manor, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Cllr Asghar Khan, was invited to take an exclusive tour, cut the red ribbon, and declare the care home open, assisted by Adel Manor’s first resident, Valerie Maunder, aged 76.
Mayor Khan said: “I was delighted to be invited by New Care to officially open Adel Manor. It is a very welcoming environment with state-of-the art facilities and a great community ethos and spirit. I hope all the new residents settle into their new home quickly and have the opportunity to fully enjoy their new surroundings and the services on offer.”
Dawn Collett, commissioning director at New Care, added: “We are thrilled to have opened our first care home in Yorkshire and it was a pleasure to welcome Cllr Asghar Khan to Adel Manor to look around the care facility, meet the team, and learn more about the company.”
Not content to rest on its laurels, New Care will open its second Yorkshire care home next year. Construction of the 72-bed home in Guiseley is due to finish in April.
Of this latest project, Dawn Collett commented: “Work is progressing well on site and we are very much looking forward to the development taking shape later this year, opening a second stunning care facility in the Guiseley conservation area.”