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BARCHESTER HOLDS KEY TO FUTURE CARE AT THE SPIRES

Barchester Healthcare recently received the keys to The Spires care home in Lichfield, enhancing the independent care home provider’s portfolio.

Barchester Healthcare recently received the keys to The Spires care home in Lichfield, enhancing the independent care home provider’s portfolio.

Lisa Downes, newly-appointed General Manager of The Spires, was delighted to accept the keys to the latest 70-bed property on Stafford Road from the Project Construction Manager Gerard Rogers, from McGoff Construction.

Lisa said: “The builders have done a sterling job and the finish is second to none. Our expert interior design team has also added flair and luxury furnishings to the interior, completing the entire refurbishment in just two weeks!

“Our intention is to create a building that offers bespoke, high quality to our residents, where we can provide person-centred care to meet their individual needs. I look forward to welcoming our first residents in July.”

During the build, more than 90,000 bricks were laid, 2,100 energy-saving light bulbs fitted, and in addition to 1,200m² of turf, 5,500 plants, trees and shrubs were used to create the landscaped grounds.

Aptly named after the three spires on Lichfield’s famous Cathedral, The Spires, owned and operated by Barchester Healthcare, will provide personalised residential and dementia care for 70 older people in the neighbouring community, and will open its doors to residents this summer.
 
The Spires show rooms are open six days a week between 10am-4pm, where the team will be on hand to answer any questions about the services available, and will be able to discuss the care options available when the home is ready to welcome residents from July 2018.

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