Information Centre Officially Opened by Chancellor of Hereford Cathedral
Date of news/blog: 7th January 2019
Dormy Care Communities has officially opened its information centre for Brockington House on West Street, Hereford, to help people find out more about the home and the nursing, ancillary and administrative roles available.
The information centre is for anyone interested in the home to drop by for a cup of tea and a chat and to ask any questions they have about the luxury home that is due to open off Hafod Road in Hereford, this May.
The stunning 70-bed home will offer residential, nursing and dementia care, featuring a range of exceptional services for residents to enjoy including a bar, cinema, café, gym, activities lounge and a varied menu from fine dining to lighter bites created by the home’s very own chef.
Dormy Care will even provide a free chauffeur service for residents to make trips to the surrounding area, encouraging residents to live active lifestyles.
The centre was officially opened by Canon Chancellor Christopher Pullin of Hereford Cathedral.
“We were delighted that the Canon Chancellor Christopher Pullin from the magnificent Hereford Cathedral came along to officially open our information centre,” said Dormy Care CEO Helen Davies-Parsons.
“We are thrilled to be able to work together to support the community of Hereford. The Cathedral offer regular dementia-friendly services and are thrilled that we will be able to offer more premium services locally.”
You can find out more at www.dormycare.co.uk or visit us in West Street, Hereford.