Thame's newest care home has been officially opened with a launch event attended by residents, special guests, and the local community.

Cuttlebrook Hall residents Barbara Warner and Jane King joined Mayor of Thame, Councillor Adrian Dite, to cut the celebratory ribbon.

The event, hosted by Care UK, featured live entertainment from the Seamour Court Choir, a caricaturist for personalised souvenirs, and a variety of activities including bingo.

Ms Warner said: "The grand launch was wonderful."

Ms King added: "It was lovely to meet so many new people and welcome them to Cuttlebrook Hall."

Home Manager Alana Corr, said: "Our grand launch party was a huge success and the perfect way to officially open Cuttlebrook Hall.

“Our neighbours have been so warm and welcoming, and we loved meeting so many local people during the event – we already feel like part of the community.

"We were delighted to be joined by our special guests and would like to extend a big thank you to Barbara, Jane and Councillor Adrian Dite for cutting the ribbon.

"It truly was a day to remember and we hope to welcome everyone again very soon.”

Cuttlebrook Hall, on Stock Road, offers full-time residential and dementia care, short-term respite care, and facilities including a cinema, hair salon, café and ample indoor and outdoor space.