Heartlands Nursing Home celebrate first anniversary in style
Residents and staff at Heartlands Nursing Home in Yardley opened their doors to the local community to celebrate their 1st anniversary this week. It’s been exactly one year since the nursing and care home in Broadstone Road re-opened after being completely rebuilt.
Cllr Yvonne Mosquito, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, joined the celebrations and Staff Awards ceremony. The Lord Mayor was given a tour of the nursing home and was very impressed with the high standard, she spent time meeting and chatting to residents. The Lord Mayor then presented staff with their awards and congratulated them on providing a warming and loving environment for residents to enjoy.
“We’ve had a wonderful day” said Deputy Home Manager, Margaret Richards “It’s been a great opportunity to open our doors to the local community and show people what life is like at Heartlands Nursing Home”
The day of celebrations started with a coffee morning which residents enjoyed with their families and local people. Everyone enjoyed a delicious selection of cakes baked by the hospitality team and entertainment was provided by local harpist Lizzie Peacock. Afternoon celebrations continued with vocalist Jordan Williams, an award-winning Michael Bublé tribute act who sang to residents. Everyone enjoyed singing along and dancing to the music.
Heartlands Nursing Home is a well-respected nursing and care home providing nursing, residential and dementia care for up to 66 people. Relaunched in March 2018 after an18 month new-build project, the new Heartlands Care Home is spread over three floors and delivers personalised, family led care in a luxury yet homely environment.