The new Cloverleaf Care Home on Long Leys Road has started taking its first residents.
Cloverleaf, which was CQC* registered on 25th March, is a purpose-built 72-bed care home with nursing, where all types of specialist care are provided including nursing, residential, dementia, respite and palliative.
Cloverleaf Home Manager, Debra Owen, and her new trained team have passed on, via LLRA, an invitation to the Long Leys community to tour the new care home on Wednesday 17 April. As well as a Cheese & Wine Evening between 6pm-8pm there is also an earlier drop in session anytime between 11am-3pm at which refreshments will be served.
Debra says: “After 12 months of careful planning and construction, Cloverleaf – a 72-bed care home on the edge of Lincoln’s West Common – is now open!
The team at Cloverleaf would like to invite local residents and neighbours for a glass of wine (or soft drink) and a tour of the home’s facilities.
At Cloverleaf, which was named by a local resident after a public competition, we are determined to play our part in the local community and become an important hub for Long Leys Road.
Please invite your friends and family – we would love to meet you.
No RSVP required.
Debra Owen, Cloverleaf Home Manager, Long Leys Road LN1 1EWcqc.org.uk