OWNERS and staff at HC-One’s Oak Tree Mews care home in Moreton-in-Marsh are celebrating after received a good report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The inspectors were full of praise for staff at Oak Tree Mews, highlighting the kind ways in which they provide care for people living at the home.

This sentiment was echoed by residents, who made remarks such as: “It’s faultless as far as I’m concerned.”

One relative said: “We are very pleased with the home. I love the place”, while another added: “The attitude of the staff is very family friendly.”

The report reflected the variety of stimulating activities available to residents at the home, which included knitting, exercise classes, live entertainment and visits from the local school.

Tracey Milsom, home manager, said: “At HC-One, we are committed to providing high quality to our residents and their loved ones.

"It was amazing that the dedication of the team at Oak Tree Mews was reflected in our CQC inspection.

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“Each and every member of the team at Oak Tree Mews works hard to provide the kindest possible care to our residents, so we were delighted to receive such a fantastic report from the CQC.”

Liz Whyte, managing director, said: “Oak Tree Mews’ CQC rating is fantastic news. I would like to thank the whole team for their commitment and hard work and congratulate them on such an impressive report.

“At HC-One, we are dedicated to achieving our aim of being the care provider of choice for those looking for the very best care and support, and employer of choice for the best, most professional, and kindest care staff.”