On Friday, Brook Lodge hosted the Grand Opening of Danforth Care Homes 10th care home within the group. The occasion was a magnificent celebration that marked a new era and promised brighter tomorrows.
The festivities began with a spectacular performance by David Van Day, a renowned artist from the Eurovision-winning Bucks Fizz group. Accompanied by his talented wife, Sue Moxley, the couple added an extra layer of stardom to the event. The grand moment came when David Van Day and Sue Moxley also had the honour of cutting the ribbon at the base of stairs, marking the official opening of Brook Lodge.
Wayne, the General Manager of Brook Lodge, took the stage to express his enthusiasm for the positive impact that this new care home would make in the Basildon community. He also conveyed his immense pride in the dedicated team he had assembled in the weeks leading up to the grand opening.
The local councillor, Craig Rimmer, shared his thoughts about the significance of Brook Lodge's opening in serving the community's growing needs. It was a heartfelt moment that underscored the importance of the home in the local area.
The event was infused with a touch of glamour, featuring not only Bucks Fizz (the drink) and prosecco but also delectable canapés. The atmosphere was brimming with joy and festivity as guests and residents toasted to new beginnings.
This grand opening of Brook Lodge is more than just an event; it represents a significant milestone in the Danforth Care group's journey. It's a testament to the commitment to care and community, and a promise of providing support and comfort to those who need it most. Brook Lodge's is not just a care facility; it's a symbol of new beginnings and the brighter tomorrows that lie ahead.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
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