Fred Dineage is set to help officially open the new Rownhams Manor luxury care home this month.

The event, running from 2.30pm to 5pm on May 14, will see the esteemed broadcaster, author and TV presenter cut the ribbon.

The luxury care home is encouraging all neighbouring residents to attend the launch.

Guests will be able to explore the home's premium facilities during this event.

What draws attention is not just the bistro, cinema, hair salon, and café available within the care home, but also the commitment to providing 24-hour residential, dementia, and respite care under the guidance of a skilfully managed team.

Mr Dinenage wasn't the only prominent figure to attend.

The care home's team includes an experienced home manager and on-site luxury chef, maintaining the highest standards of care and experience for its residents.

What sets Rownhams Manor apart is its commitment to sustainability. In collaboration with LNT Care Developments, the care home is dedicated to reaching net-zero carbon emissions.

A notable standout is its entire facility, which is powered by Solar PV panels. This feature demonstrates their commitment to self-sustainability and reducing environmental impact.

Rownhams Manor represents a new milestone for luxury care homes where the nexus of innovation, care, and sustainability leads to improved living experiences for its residents.

CEO of Oyster Care Homes, Tim Buckley, said: "We are excited to showcase Rownhams Manor, a place designed for comfort, care, and the celebration of life.

"Our home is a testament to our devotion to providing a secure and loving place where residents can thrive.

"At our core, we believe in fostering a sense of unwavering support and appreciation for our residents. The space should feel like a home, which is why we will work hard to uphold an inclusive, safe setting where family can visit and enjoy their lifestyle with them, from coffee bar trips to joining in with daily activities."

To verify attendance to the May event or request a tour, respondents should visit: or dial 02381 102 248. As spaces are limited, it is advised to confirm your presence with the home beforehand.