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New Lincoln Care Home Starts to Take Shape

The outline of a new care home on the outskirts of Lincoln is starting to take shape.

Tanglewood Care Homes, an established family business which already runs five other care homes in Lincolnshire, is developing the new 72-bed residential care home on Long Leys Road in the city.

Yesterday (Monday) Tanglewood’s bunny mascot Cynthie joined Tanglewood’s owner and founder Tracy-Ann Shelbourn to lay the first bricks on the site.

The home will open its doors to new residents in February 2019, when between 50 and 60 new jobs are expected to be created.

“This is the first new care home that Tanglewood has built for over 20 years and we’re really excited to see the progress that’s being made,” said Tracy.

“When it’s complete early next year our new home on Long Leys Road in Lincoln will be a welcome addition to residential care provision in the city. We are looking forward to welcoming our first residents in February 2019.”

The three-storey home will cater for elderly residential care, nursing care and dementia care residents. It will have a large, secure, landscaped garden as well as a café, cinema, tavern, hair salon and lounges.

The building work is being undertaken by LNT Construction, a Leeds-based specialist in building care homes. Tanglewood already owns and runs care homes in Boston, Alford, Coningsby, Spalding and Horncastle.

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