Celebration party at outstanding care home

Staff and residents at Munhaven care home in Mundesley celebrate an outstanding CQC inspection with

Staff and residents at Munhaven care home in Mundesley celebrate an outstanding CQC inspection with a party. Byline: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Sonya Duncan

A celebration party was held after a north Norfolk residential care home was rated outstanding in its latest inspection.

Celebration at Munhaven care home in Mundesley. Pictured are the catering team. Cook in charge, Debb

Celebration at Munhaven care home in Mundesley. Pictured are the catering team. Cook in charge, Debbie Wright won catering care hero. She is with Andy Lee and David Johnson. Byline: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Sonya Duncan

Friends, families and local dignitaries joined staff and residents at Munhaven on Tuesday, August 27.

Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors rated the home as outstanding in four of the five key areas when they made an unannounced visit on June 12.

The report highlighted how staff delivered "extremely sensitive and compassionate care" and developed "open and trusting relationships with people and their relatives, maximising the benefit of the care provided".

Alison Roberts, NorseCare's manager at Munhaven, said: "We are all motivated to achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life for the people who use Munhaven. I'm so proud of everyone who has made this recognition possible."

Munhaven care home in Mundesley held a party for residents and colleagues. Byline: Sonya Duncan

Munhaven care home in Mundesley held a party for residents and colleagues. Byline: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Sonya Duncan


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Munhaven provides personal and nursing care to 20 people aged 65 and over who are living with dementia.

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Munhaven Care Home in Mundesley celebrates with a party for residents and colleagues. Byline: Sonya

Munhaven Care Home in Mundesley celebrates with a party for residents and colleagues. Byline: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Sonya Duncan

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