Community News: Local Care Home Celebrates Four Years…

Melbourn Springs care home, in Melbourn, has held a Garden Party to celebrate 4 years of serving the local community.

Staff, residents and guests commemorated this special occasion with live music and games, a variety of home-made treats and a special visit from the Mayor of Royston, Cllr John Rees.

Melbourn Springs has built up excellent reputations within its local communities. The home regularly holds events and activities for its residents and surrounding neighbours. The village is renowned for a strong rural, community spirit that continues to thrive, and which Melbourn Springs Care Home is very much a part of.

General Manager, Maria Ulian said: “It is important to recognise the hard work of our staff here at Melbourn Springs.  For the past 4 years, we have provided a caring home for our residents as well as the best possible environment for our staff.  Today not only enables us to celebrate their hard work, but it’s also an opportunity to thank the residents, their relatives and friends who have made Melbourn Springs such a loving home.”

Melbourn Springs care home is run by Barchester Healthcare, one of the UK’s largest care providers, which is committed to delivering personalised care across its care homes and hospitals. Melbourn Springs provides residential care and dementia care for 75 residents from respite care to long term stays.

Barchester Healthcare is one of the UK’s largest care providers supporting older people living independent lives with dignity and respect. Providing a wide range of services for a variety of needs, Barchester Healthcare support 11,000 residents across 200 homes for short breaks to long term stays. A leading care provider over the last 25 years, Barchester services include residential care and nursing care tailored to suit you.

Barchester also provide expert dementia care. Many Barchester homes feature a Memory Lane Community, which is a dedicated part of the home designed to support residents who are living with various stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia stay as independent and active as possible.

For more information please contact Maria Ulian, General Manager at Melbourn Springs on 01763 722754 or