Over 100 guests from the Bexhill business, professional and charity community celebrated the official opening of luxury care home Earlsfield Court, part of the Cinnamon Care Collection, which is now open to residents in Little Common.
Councillor Kathy Harmer, Mayor of Bexhill-on-Sea cut the ribbon to mark the launch of this spectacular 72 bedroom care home. She was joined by Earlsfield Court’s General Manager, Krystyna Bosko.
Amongst the special guests at the event were Community Heroes from local charities ‘Warming up the Homeless’ and ‘Pit Stop Youth Trust’.
Guests were welcomed with a delightful performance from the Little Common School Choir who sang a selection of beautifully rehearsed songs complete with actions and plenty of smiles! Toastmaster Paul Mitchell orchestrated proceedings and had his own special moment as his granddaughter Olivia was amongst the pupils who performed.
Krystyna Bosko commented, “We are very grateful to have been so warmly welcomed by the local community. Our community links are very important to us and will be key to ensuring that our residents feel connected to the wider world. We look forward to playing a significant role in the community ourselves and other joint initiatives with local organisations whilst also providing the highest level of care to our residents. Earlsfield Court will be a care home like no other and my team are very much looking forward to opening our doors and our hearts to our new residents very soon.’
On behalf of Earlsfield Court, the Mayor presented Trudy Hampton from ‘Warming up the Homeless’ and Lee Dunn from ‘Pit Stop Youth Trust’ with a gift of £250 for each charity, together with an olive tree representing peace and friendship.
Earlsfield Court is a brand new 72 bedroom care home in Little Common near Bexhill-on-Sea. It offers residential and respite care together with a community dedicated to looking after people living with dementia. To request further information or to arrange to visit the home call 01424 532070 or email us.