Nynehead Court is once again taking part in the NGS Open Gardens Scheme on 2nd July, its second NGS event of the year. Visitors to the event on 2nd July will be able to see the Sweet Chestnut and Tulip trees in flower, the Mulberry tree in fruit and the bedding plants and roses in full bloom.
The grounds will be open 2pm-4.30pm (entrance £5, children free) and Head Gardener Justin Cole will be conducting a tour of the gardens at 2pm. Cake and cream teas will be available in the home’s Orangery.
Home Manager Angela Watkins said, “Nynehead Court is always delighted to be part of the Open Gardens Scheme, and we hope that our visitors enjoy seeing our grounds in full bloom. Our next event is our Craft Fayre on 19th August when visitors will be able to view and purchase arts and crafts produced locally.”
Nynehead Court offers gracious retirement living for older people requiring residential care or close care housing. Set in 13 acres of parkland, it is registered to provide residential care for 44 people within the Court and close care housing for 11 retirees/couples within the Mews. Within the Court, the newly extended Mulberry Wing caters for those with memory impairment or in need of greater stimulation with a higher ratio of staff to residents.
At the other end of the spectrum, the 11 close care mews houses provide the opportunity to extend home ownership and live independently, safe in the knowledge that every level of care, support and security is available, when and if required.
For further information about Nynehead Court or the Open Gardens Scheme, please call the Home Manager Angela Watkins on 01823 662481 or email email@example.com .