Norwich care home awarded with cheque after reaching award finals
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A care home in Norwich has been awarded a cheque after reaching the finals of a design competition.
St John's House on Heigham Road, which opened in November 2016, was presented with a cheque for £500 at an award ceremony held in London.
The home, run by Castlemeadow Healthcare, was given the prize for reaching the finals of the Healthcare Design Awards, hosted by design company Pinders.
The awards aim to recognise the best developments in all types of care buildings across the country.
The cheque will be donated to the Alzheimer's Society, the UK's leading care and research charity for people with dementia.
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Castlemeadow Care operations manager Garry Gardiner said: 'It is fantastic that all the planning, interior design and build has been recognised.
'Throughout the design process our residents were always at the forefront of any decision to ensure that their quality of life exceeded all expectations.'
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