Caring Homes topping out ceremony at Tarring Manor
The final tiles have been secured on the roof of our new luxury care home Tarring Manor in Worthing which was celebrated with an event attended by local MP, Sir Peter Bottomley.
Tarring Manor will be a brand new, purpose-built care home, providing high-quality residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 75 residents. The home will also create over 100 job opportunities within the local community as Caring Homes strives to attract people into the care sector, with their award winning training and development programmes.
Sir Peter, Conservative MP for Worthing West, attended the topping out ceremony to mark the successful completion of this structural phase, where he was joined by representatives from the Caring Homes team.
During the ceremony, he and other guests were invited for a tour around the site and viewed plans for the interiors, before ascending to the roof for the official topping out.
Sir Peter also gave a toast and speech commending the build so far, thanking staff for their contribution and dedication to the care sector.
He said: “I am delighted to have been invited to the topping out of Tarring Manor and I am sure the residents will enjoy living here as much as I have enjoyed my visit today.”
The care home is set to feature a bistro, cinema, hair salon and an orangery, along with a roof terrace and landscaped gardens.
Julie Mason, Care Services and Operations Director, said: ”It’s just brilliant to see Tarring Manor begin to take shape. Meeting the needs of our elderly residents is crucial and I’m over the moon that we’ll be able to provide this to our local community. Myself and the team here are very much looking forward to welcoming our first residents to the home in 2023.”
Caring Homes is due to open the information suite in 2023, where people will be welcome to find out more about Tarring Manor.
To register your interest in becoming a resident at our new home or to find out more about working with us contact us on freephone 0808 196 9751.