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Magdalen Park

Magdalen Park Nursing Home – New Development in Hedon

Yorkare Homes are proud to announce that work is nearing completion on a state of the art £4.15 million, 54 bed, care home on Magdalen Lane in Hedon, East Yorkshire. The home, which is planned to open in August 2014, will create up to 100 jobs in the local community and provide a boost of income to local suppliers and businesses also.

The care home will provide nursing, residential and specialist dementia care in separate units designed for each care need. There are also 2 assisted living apartments specially designed for couples or siblings with their own kitchenettes and living areas, but these can be used individually also. The home will include a sensory 'street scene' including a shop, hair and beauty salon and a pub. The gardens will be landscaped including two sensory gardens with model animals and allotments. Other facilities include a library, cinema area and a rooftop garden with an artificial bowling green.

Laurence Garton, Yorkare Homes development director, said: "We are very pleased with how the work has progressed so far and look forward to opening Magdalen Park in the summer!"

If you would like to know when the open days have been confirmed or you would like to apply to work at Magdalen Park please contact us by email at manager@magdalenpark.co.uk or by calling 01482 700733.

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