Worcester’s latest luxury care home finalist in Care Home Design of the Year award
Worcester care home, The Belmont, has been selected as a finalist in the ‘care home design of the year’ category at this year’s National Care Awards.
Organised by leading social care publication Caring Times Magazine, the National Care Awards celebrates the very best people in the long-term care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.
Home Manager for the Belmont, Sandie Preece, said: “Driving from Droitwich Road to the home is just magnificent, it truly makes a statement from the moment you arrive, and radiates luxury. The home’s exterior and interior features are luxurious, welcoming and spacious, all of which is complimented further by my wonderful team at The Belmont. They create and maintain this beautiful space for our residents to live in and I thank them all for their hard work since the home opened.”
Sam Sanders, Procurement Manager at Sanders Senior Living, said: “We are absolutely thrilled for The Belmont to be recognised and nominated as a finalist for ‘care home design of the year’ at the National Care Awards. When designing The Belmont, the team approach was to ensure that the exterior design honoured and enhanced the character of the local area, with an interior design approach that replicated materials used in the wider area and was residential in character. Our approach always ensured residents’ needs and safety were at the centre of every decision, delivering on this promise with furnishings and bespoke units from H F Contracts, that provide the highest levels of comfort and luxury. The result, from start to finish, would not have been made possible without the hard work and dedication from everyone involved and we look forward to hearing the results at the award ceremony on the 26th of November.”
To see The Belmont’s impressive features and facilities, please visit: www.sandersseniorliving.co.uk/the-collection/the-belmont-care-home-worcester
Article published on Friday, 9th September 2022