Huntercombe Hall Care Home near Wallingford, part of the Aria Care Group, has had an extensive refurbishment project costing millions of pounds.

The home celebrated the completion of the work with a 1940s and 50s themed party.

The event brought residents, colleagues and the community together to witness the grand unveiling of its transformation, which Huntercombe Hall has undergone as part of Aria Care's £18 million revival project.

Those in attendance at the celebrations said that the highlight of the event was the renaming of The Winston Churchill Library.

The revamped library is set to become the heart of Huntercombe Hall, offering a place to relax and chat to others.

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Notable features of the refurbishment programme include a new café bistro for residents, relatives and visitors, a redecoration of the main resident day spaces including lounges and dining rooms, a new spa bathroom and an additional outdoor seating area.

Oxford Mail: A look at the new refurbishment A look at the new refurbishment (Image: Aria Care Group)Pete Watt, home manager at Huntercombe Hall said: "It was great to have one of our Centenarians, Jean Eastwood, unveil the plaque for the newly refurbished and renamed the 'Winston Churchill Library'.

“The investment in the home has made a real difference to our residents and the colleagues who work with them.

"It was lovely to be able to share this celebration with our families and our neighbours in the community."