New Care opens £11m Grappenhall Manor

Artist's impression of Grappenhall facility

Altrincham-based New Care has opened an £11m facility in Warrington, Cheshire.

Grappenhall Manor will provide residential, 24-hour nursing, dementia and respite care for people in the suburb and surrounding areas.

It features 70 fully furnished bedrooms, each with a private en suite wet room, plus communal lounges, reading and dining rooms, spa-assisted bathrooms, a nail bar, hair salon and access to gardens and terraces. The home will offer freshly prepared meals and a daily programme of wellbeing activities.

The setting is expected to create 100 jobs over the next 12 months in several roles including nurses, carers, hospitality, housekeeping, wellbeing and activities, maintenance and catering.

It was opened by Mayor of Warrington, councillor Jean Flaherty, in one of her last engagements before her term in office ends. She recently opened Statham Manor in Lymm, which was New Care’s first care centre in Warrington.

‘It was a privilege to be invited to open New Care’s second dedicated care facility in Warrington and hear how these two superb centres that will work together to deliver great care for the people in this borough. I’m delighted to have been able to open both properties and meet their wonderful teams and first residents during my time in office,’ Cllr Flaherty said.

Part of the McGoff Group, New Care operates purpose-built settings.