Colten Care’s Sohail Daniel invitation to event hosted by Dr Hilary Jones

Posted on 24th Feb 2019


Our Business Partner, Colten Care, invite West Hants Club members to their Open Afternoon event on Thursday 11th April which will be hosted by broadcaster and writer Dr Hilary Jones.  Read on to find out more and to take a virtual interactive tour of Bourne View!


I’m Sohail Daniel, Home Manager of Bourne View, the latest home to be built by Colten Care - proud Business Partners of The West Hants Club.


Ahead of our official opening on 11th April, I wanted to introduce myself to Club members and invite you to enjoy a personalised home tour at your convenience. Just a few minutes drive from The West Hants Club, you will discover an environment where well trained, professional and well-supported team members deliver the highest standards of care and help residents lead fulfilling lives. Bourne View blends the reassurance of 24/7 nursing-led care with the opportunity to find space for relaxation, reflection and companionship – all in gorgeous, homely surroundings.


We start welcoming our first residents on Wednesday, 27th March 2019.


If you are interested in viewing the home and discussing an exclusive member offer, then please call me on 01202 403180 or email to make an appointment. I appreciate that many people are busy during the working day so appointments can be made out of working hours to suit your availability. If it is difficult for you to come to the home I would be happy to have an initial meeting at your residence.


Our website also offers a ‘virtual’ interactive tour for a first look.


We are hosting a public open afternoon for the communities of Bournemouth and Poole is on Thursday, 11th April 2019. Our host, the well-known broadcaster and writer Dr Hilary Jones, will be on hand to share his insight into what makes great elderly care. If you would like to know more about the event, please click here.


Please do click through to our website – we are all very proud of this fabulous new home.


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