£6.5m care home opened

From left, The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth David Fuller, The Lady Mayoress Leza Tremorin, Hartford Court general manager Lesley-Ann Oxford, Fred Dinenage, Hartford Homes brand director Jo Gavin and CEO Sean Gavin Picture: Malcolm Wells (160622-1892)
From left, The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth David Fuller, The Lady Mayoress Leza Tremorin, Hartford Court general manager Lesley-Ann Oxford, Fred Dinenage, Hartford Homes brand director Jo Gavin and CEO Sean Gavin Picture: Malcolm Wells (160622-1892)
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A NEW £6.5m care home has opened its doors in Portsmouth.

The 60-bed Hartford Court in Milton offers care for older people, including residential and dementia care.

Sean Gavin, CEO of Hartford Care which runs the home, said: ‘Our mission is to provide a caring, comfortable and happy environment where our residents can enjoy life to the full.’

TV personality Fred Dinenage, who attended the opening, said: ‘They have reinvented the way I see care homes.

‘I think it’s magnificent. I will be a regular visitor.’