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£1.5 million investment in Cheltenham business

A blessing from a priest helped mark the official unveiling of a £1.5 million investment in a Chetlenham residential care home.

Mayor of Cheltenham, Councillor Roger Whyborn, also performed a ribbon-cutting ceremony to official open the new wing of Nazareth House Cheltenham.

Father Alan Finley also led a short service at the Chalton King's home's very own chapel in what was a fitting end to a £1.5 million refurbishment project of its St Joseph's Wing.

Its significance also underlined by the presence of regional superior, Anna Maria Doolan, who gave a short reading and blessing.

Contractors for the work to the home, which has 70 residents, was Glasgow-based AFH Strategic Contracts Ltd, helped by Blueleaf.

"The Sisters of Nazareth are delighted that the newly refurbished St Joseph's Wing is now open.

"We will continue with our Nazareth Care staff team to deliver high quality care to all our residents both present and future," said a statement from Nazareth House Cheltenham. 

"We aim to continue the mission of our foundress, Victoire Larmenier by delivering care through our core values of love, respect and compassion. Everyone is welcome - pop along and take a look for yourself."

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