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5 Stars for The Cedars Care Home

We are delighted to announce that following a recent routine unannounced inspection by the Care Quality Commission ( CQC ) – the body responsible for monitoring the standard of care in social and health care settings in England – The Cedars residential care home for the elderly in Bowdon near Altrincham in Trafford has been found to meet all 5 ‘Essential Standards of Quality and Safety’, the highest grading that any care home can reach, for the second year running.

The CQC’s inspector found that The Cedars care home meets all the required quality standards relating to respecting and involving people who use the service, the care and welfare of people who use the service, safeguarding people who use the service, the way that the service handles any concerns or complaints, and the way that the service meets the requirements in respect of its staff.

The CQC’s report is just the latest endorsement of the high quality of care and accommodation that The Cedars has provided to our residents in Trafford for almost 27 years.

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THE CEDARS CARE HOME

The Cedars care home is situated in the leafy suburban village of Bowdon in south Manchester. The home itself is a Victorian property built in the 1870′s and sympathetically converted by Caring UK throughout the 1980′s. The care home caters for 34 residents in mainly single room, en-suited accommodation and has a range of spacious communal facilities with large outdoor spaces and landscape designed gardens.

PEN-Y-GARTH CARE HOME

Pen-Y-Garth care home is situated in the rural village of Brymbo, just four miles from the North Wales town of Wrexham. A Georgian property set in 2 acres of landscaped grounds and with stunning panoramic views of the countryside, the home was originally converted to its role as a care home in 1985 and extended five years later with the addition of a purpose built EMI wing. Pen-Y-Garth now provides exceptional 24-hour residential and EMI residential care for up to 44 residents.