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Award winning care group's new home opened by Cotswold MP

Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown, Conservative MP for The Cotswolds, has officially opened the newly built nursing and care home at Stratton Court Village.

Priding itself with an exceptional team and outstanding service, the stunning nursing home operated by Aura Care Living is now officially open for residential care, dementia care and nursing care and can accommodate both respite and permanent residents.

Cliff Hasler, managing director of Aura Care Living said the company's vision was combining exceptional care and service with a top-class design to enhance the experiences of the residents

Feedback at Stratton Court has been "wonderful" from both residents and families alike.

Sir Geoffrey said: "This is one of the finest care homes I have ever visited" and suggested that it is more like a caring hotel.

"As well as the wonderful surroundings and calming atmosphere, there is a host of activities arranged throughout the week by the activities curator, Heather."

Activities range from personalised one to one time to group activities such as planting and 'picking your own Pimms'.

If you would rather not participate there are relaxing lounges, activity areas and plenty of outdoor spaces to enjoy.

Stratton Court Nursing home's sister property in Camberley recently won a design award with Knight Frank and features in their Luxury Care Home Guide 2018.

Stratton Court is discretely situated on the Gloucester Road in Stratton, Cirencester. It sits within the sought after Stratton Court Village which also boast 31 luxury apartments that enjoy private cinema, restaurant, hair salon and treatment room.

Full details of the care home and remaining few apartments for sale can be found on their website auracareliving.com 

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