Mayor opens new cafe at Carolyne House

THE mayor of Thurrock opened a new cafe and extension to Carolyne House care home in Chadwell St Mary.

The home is one of four operated by Runwood Homes under the Kathryn homes banner and is well known for its work in the community.

The home was originally built in 2002 and the new extension has added eight rooms as well as extra bathrooms and lounge areas for the residents.

A new cafe called Gracies’ Tea Room, named after the homes oldest resident, Grace Sharman, who was 105 last year, was also opened.

Regional director Sue Smith said: “We are delighted to open the extension and so pleased that Grace allowed us to name it after her.

“We are very proud of our reputation in making every home a real home.

“The cafe has been designed around a real old fashioned tea room, where residents can relax and socialise with each other, or spend time with their families.”

One Response to "Mayor opens new cafe at Carolyne House"

  1. jmw118   March 6, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    Well done Runwood Homes.
    How about cleaning up your front gardens of the all the accumulated litter, Waterson Road end?
    Its an eyesore!

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