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Nottingham based care home builder Wynbrook Care Homes is celebrating awards success

following the announcement that Fernhill House Care Home in Worcester has won the 'Best New Care Home' category award at the 2018 Pinders Healthcare & Design Awards in London. Wynbrook was the only builder to have two projects shortlisted for an award.

Wynbrook which is based in Radcliffe on Trent, designed and built the £4.3m care home working alongside the care homes operator Majesticare, lead architects DWA Architects and structural engineers Howard Ward & Associates.

Commenting on winning the award, Wynbrook's Design & Build Construction Director Steve Day said:

"We are thrilled to have completed this luxury care home for Majesticare. We were the only builder to have two completed projects reach the finalist stage and delighted that Fernhill House has been successful in winning an award."

Wynbrook completed Fernhill House back in March 2017. The 66 bed care home boasts many advanced technological features which include therapy rooms, a replica pub and craft rooms to offer variety for its residents. The other care home that Wynbrook built that was shortlisted for an award was Chetwynd House in Chilwell, Nottingham which came runner up.

Fernhill House care home provides residents with luxury surroundings including professionally landscaped gardens, a cinema and an in-house pub.

The Pinders Healthcare Design Awards seek to acknowledge the contribution made by designers, architects, and the owners of care homes, retirement housing and other care schemes to the well- being and quality of life for those in their care.

Whilst architectural standards and innovation are key factors, the overriding test for any project has to be the degree to which it has recognised the needs and desires of the service-users and incorporated these into the final design.

Winners were notified at Pinders Healthcare Design Awards lunch held on 14th March at the Royal Lancaster London Hotel.

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