Residents and staff at a Cotswold care home are celebrating the result of a recent inspection.

Caring Homes’ Mill House in Chipping Campden has seen its rating remain as ‘Good’ following a recent Care Quality Commission inspection.

However, the report did note that the care home could improve in one area, regarding how ‘well-led’ it was.

Despite this, manager Gary Kent, was pleased with the results.

He said: “We are absolutely delighted with the results of our recent CQC report. The whole team has worked together to ensure residents are receiving quality care and they continue to embrace our shared vision for continual improvement.

“The CQC report shows how the team at Mill House is dedicated to providing the high standards of care and support that our residents and their families expect and deserve.”

In the report released earlier this month Mill House was rated ‘Good’ in four of the five key areas, these being safe, effective, caring, and responsive.

The home was praised for its “supportive” environment while relatives felt their loved ones were “safe living at Mill House”.

Meanwhile, staff were found to be “kind and caring” whilst treating residents with “dignity and respect”.

The one area the home was graded as “Requires Improvement” was for being well-led.

When inspectors visited on April 6 of this year, an interim manager was in place but now Mr Kent has come in full-time.

Since taking on the new role he has outlined a clear vision for Mill House and is looking to continue making improvements.

He added: “It is our intention, as a team, to build on the report and work to continuously improve how we meet the needs of our residents.

“Caring Homes invests constantly in its teams to ensure that they are well trained and organise regular resident-led activities that the whole home will enjoy.

“It is a privilege to work with such a dedicated team.”

For more information about Mill House visit or call the care team on 0808 223 5524.