On 2nd September Brunelcare welcomed a delegation of 10 Chinese visitors to look round the care home, dementia facilities and offices at Brunelcare’s Saffron Gardens site.

The visit was organised and led by Mr Kam Wong, Founder and Chairman of the Bristol China Partnership, supported by Dianne Francombe, Chief Executive of the Bristol & West of England China Bureau.

The delegation selected Saffron Gardens in order to look round one of the latest purpose built care homes in the UK; one designed to create an environment to better support those living with a dementia. The team from China all work for businesses who are developing elderly care support properties in and around Suzhou near Shanghai, China.

To read more, here is our press coverage:

North Somerset Business Leader (web), 7 September 2015

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