The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company Home Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh Court, in Wokingham, welcomed a long-awaited guest when His Royal Highness Duke of Kent visited the Home on Tuesday 22 November. The care home, which provides residential care, nursing and residential dementia support, warmly received the royal visit to mark the official opening of the Home.
His Royal Highness enjoyed a tour around the care home with Home Manager, Abigail Cranston; RMBI Care Co. Managing Director, Mark LLoyd; and the Chairman of RMBI Care Co., John Boyington CBE. Both residents and staff at the newly named Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh Court had the opportunity to meet the Duke of Kent in person, who was pleased to greet everyone around the Home.
After the tour, The Duke of Kent was invited to unveil an engraved stone plaque to commemorate the official opening of the care home. He also met with the teams involved in the construction, including RMBI Care Co. directors and the architects.
Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh Court, in Berkshire, is run by RMBI Care Co., part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation. The Home is rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission. For more information, please visit: http://www.rmbi.org.uk/
About RMBI Care Co.
RMBI Care Co. provides residential care, nursing care and residential dementia support to older Freemasons, their families and people in the wider community. We have been caring for older people for over 180 years and today, we support over 1,000 residents across 17 care homes in England and Wales with a focus on wellbeing and quality outcomes.
We treat each person as an individual. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy later life and we are here to help our residents stay as independent as possible. Above all, we live by our values – kind, supportive and trusted.
RMBI Care Co. is part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation – Funded entirely by Freemasons, MCF builds better lives by encouraging opportunity, promoting independence and improving wellbeing. For more information, please visit: www.mcf.org.uk