Anglian Home Improvements, a key sponsor at this year’s Ideal Home Show, is to enhance the living space of residents of a Norwich adult care home, donating a ‘Garden Room’ conservatory to the building, as featured in this year’s IDH ‘Anglian Classic Ideal Home’.
A glimpse at the new Anglian Home Improvements conservatory, which is being donated to John Grooms Court in Norwich.
The Anglian conservatory, which was an integral feature of the company’s IDH exhibition, will provide a bright, new communal area to the John Grooms Court building in Norwich, which is the home City of Anglian’s head office. John Grooms is one of many residential care homes around the UK managed by national charity Livability – who provide a wide range of services to support and empower disabled people throughout their lives.
The addition of the new Anglian ‘Garden Room’ conservatory will be part of wider refurbishment plans for the building, which will see the addition of extra accommodation space and enhance the home’s ability to provide specialist services to a larger group of disabled adults. The conservatory will be located on the second floor and make use of a currently redundant outdoor terraced area, providing residents with views over Mousehold Heath and beyond.
Amy Smith, Norwich Campaign Manager for Liveability said: “We are extremely excited at the prospect of having the addition of the Anglian conservatory to John Grooms Court.
“Currently the building has limited outdoor space for our residents to not only enjoy some fresh air, but also explore their interests in gardening and other similar activities. The Anglian conservatory is the ideal space for us to bring ‘the outdoors in’ and will provide a much-needed communal area where we can offer a wider range of activities to our residents. Our thanks go to Anglian for enabling us to enhance the lives of those people living at John Grooms Court”.
Head of Marketing at Anglian, Melanie Russell said: “We are delighted to be able to offer Livability one of our conservatories and help to provide the residents of John Grooms Court with important additional space for them to enjoy and take pleasure from.”