Frontier delivers new luxury care home for Quantum Care
Frontier is proud to have created a unique care home for leading not-for-profit care provider Quantum Care in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire
This outstanding new care 76 bed care facility provides long-term residential and specialist dementia care for elderly people in the area, as well as having provision for short stays, respite and convalescence. Residents can benefit from excellent facilities, including a cinema, activities areas and a salon.
The care home has been named Mantles Court, recognising the site’s prestigious history as the former home of Mantles Autos, a well-known local business which had opened on the London Road site in 1933.
The new home will boost job opportunities in the area, with apprenticeships and specially-designed programmes for people seeking a career in the care sector.
“We are pleased to be working in partnership with not-for-profit care provider Quantum Care to bring this luxury new 76-bed care home to Biggleswade, bolstering care provision for people in the area. At Frontier we are committed to pushing forward schemes like these, providing high-end facilities and a luxury environment for residents and staff alike.”
Sam Rous Head of Healthcare Frontier
To celebrate the commencement of construction works an official ceremony attended by Mayor of Biggleswade Councillor Madeline Russell was held on-site in Biggleswade on Monday 24th February. Maria Ball, Chief Executive of Quantum Care and Chair of the National Care Forum; the body representing the Not for Profit care sector gave a speech at the event highlighting some of the challenges currently being faced in social care and how Quantum care homes’ are creating better places to live and work.