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Mayor to open new suite at Sandfields

January 16 2018

 

Sandfields will be joined by a special guest as it celebrates the opening of its new suite.

The Mayor of Cheltenham, Councillor Klara Sudbury will join the team and residents at Sandfields on St George’s Road on Wednesday 17th January, from 10am. 

People in Cheltenham are invited to attend the opening which will feature live music from ukulele player, Matthew Sprouston and light refreshments.  

Home manager at Sandfields, Deanna Lane, said:  “It is a very exciting time for Sandfields. We have built a warm, welcoming community here in Cheltenham, and we are thrilled to be able to announce the expansion of our existing services.

“We cannot wait to welcome residents to the new suite and we are all looking forward to inviting local people to join us as we commemorate its opening. We are especially thrilled that the mayor of Cheltenham can join us for our special day.”

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