On Sunday 27th April The Chace welcomed guests for the official opening of its new 12 room wing.
Staff, residents and guests celebrated this special occasion with afternoon tea followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony undertaken by the guests of honour, Carol and Bill Reeley who founded The Chace in 1983.
The Chace has built up an outstanding reputation over the last 30 years within its local community providing award winning long term dementia care. Managing Director, Anthony Reeley said: “This is an extremely proud day for us at The Chace. We are really pleased to be able to offer these beautifully appointed rooms to new residents, in addition to the refurbishment programme of our dining and living rooms. It has also been a great opportunity to recognise the hard work of our team here at The Chace, many of whom have been with us for many years and help to provide a loving and caring home for our residents, which we are truly proud of.”
Over the next few weeks, residents and staff will also be helping to choose and plant the new garden areas to enhance the beautiful gardens.
If you weren’t able to attend our Open Day, and would like to come and view our ‘Show Rooms’ please call us 01684 561813. We look forward to welcoming you.
We are delighted to announce the extension programme at The Chace is due for completion on 18th April 2014. The Chace will now incorporate a further 12 rooms in the new two-storey extension, in addition to a refurbishment programme of the dining and living rooms.
We’ll be welcoming visitors to come and view our beautifully appointed ‘show rooms’ at our Open Day on Sunday 27th April between 2pm and 5pm. Carol and Bill Reeley, the founders of The Chace will be cutting the ribbon at 4pm.
Please register your interest by completing the RSVP form below.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Residents at The Chace enjoyed a spot of pampering again this week when Sue, our Beauty Therapist visited. She was able to offer residents therapeutic hand massage and manicures along with nail painting. There are many benefits to this type of therapy, including reduction in the feelings of anxiety, stress relief and increased body awareness.
Residents from The Chace were out and about again last week making the most of the wonderful March sunshine and unseasonally warm temperatures. A bus trip from The Chace took the residents and staff to St Peter’s Garden Centre in Worcester, where they enjoyed selecting some spring plants and herbs for planting in the new garden area and replanting the tubs. This will enhance the already beautiful gardens, and especially welcome for those green-fingered enthusiasts amongst us. Residents also made time to enjoy the homemade cake and tea after a busy day of shopping!