Employment rise in Edwalton as 80-bed care home opens

A care home in Nottinghamshire, set to create 50 jobs, has welcomed the first member of its new team on board, all eager to jump in and make a big difference in people’s lives.

The 80-bedroom Edwalton Manor Care Home, on Landmere Lane, is now open and welcoming its first residents.

The house is built on the site of a former rose field and sits between a garden center and a children’s nursery.

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Catherine Bower, director of the new home, has worked in health and nursing for 35 years.

She said, “Our new home is simply beautiful and we look forward to putting ourselves at the heart of the thriving local Edwalton community so we can serve seniors and their families.

“We have recruited a brand new team for a brand new service, and we feel very proud and privileged to be here.

“We will provide truly personalized, compassionate and lifesaving care at Edwalton Manor. It’s a place where families can come and spend time with their loved ones and create new treasured memories together.

“We are thrilled to welcome our first residents and settle them into their beautiful new home.”

Edwalton Homemaker Alegria Carlos has lived locally at The Meadows for 12 years and worked as a caregiver for four.

She said, “I look forward to making residents feel at home and building strong relationships with our residents and their families.

“There’s a real sense of togetherness here already and that’s helped by the fact that we have an incredible team to work with.”

Edwalton Manor has a health and beauty salon, luxury cinema, cafe and bar, private dining room, plus several suites including upscale kitchenettes. range, a private patio and a contemporary living-dining room.

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