Majesticare wins gold

Olympic gold medallist Zac Purchase MBE has officially opened the £1.5m Cotswold Suites at Tewkesbury Care Home.

Taking
a break from his training he returned to the village of Bushley where
he grew up – and is now a local sporting hero. 22 year old Zac won
Olympic gold for the men’s lightweight double sculls in Beijing. He said
“These suites are more like a boutique hotel than a care home; I think
team GB would enjoy a couple of weeks here. I’ll have a word with my
coach!”

The exclusive interior designed Cotswold Suites have each been named
after Cotswold villages and feature direct-dial telephones, fully
profiling electrically operated beds, fridges, satellite TV points,
luxury level access shower rooms and patio doors. They have been
designed to meet the needs of elderly guests requiring luxuries and
comforts and seeking personal care rather than nursing care. Tewkesbury
Care Home’s experienced team of staff has for many years been renowned
for high quality nursing care in its Abbey and Bushley rooms.

Speaking at the opening Roger Pratap, Majesticare’s Chairman said
“Tewkesbury Care Home is a premier facility for this region of the
country. Our setting is second to none, and all the accommodation is on
the ground floor. We have a variety of spacious superb living
environments and our philosophy of the best possible specification of
the buildings together with the best possible care is a cornerstone of
Majesticare’s philosophy.” He went on to say “Our Majesticare staff team
at Tewkesbury always show absolute dedication to fulfilling the lives
of all our guests, including the best possible care. They deserve their
reputation as the best in the area.”


5th March 2009