A SANCTUARY Care home in Droitwich held a tea party to celebrate its good Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.

Westmead Residential Care Home, which provides residential and dementia care, in Westmead Close, achieved good ratings in each of the five inspection categories – safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led.

In celebration, the team and residents hosted a tea party.

Speaking of the report home manager Sue Stokes said: "This CQC rating is a true testament to the dedication of our team here at Westmead, who work tirelessly to ensure they always provide exceptional care with kindness.

"I am so proud of all of my team, our wonderful residents and their families, and am so thankful for their heart-warming comments."

The report commended the standard and quality of care provided by the staff.

The report read: "People we spoke with were complimentary about the care and support they received. "We received positive comments from those we spoke with about the registered manager. One relative described them as "approachable".

Inspectors noted that the registered manager was aware of plans for future improvements within the home such as in enhancements in bathing facilities and the replacement of lighting.

Meetings with people who lived at the home were in place during which plans for the future development of the home could be discussed.

The rating from the previous inspection was displayed within the reception area of the home as well as one the provider's web site.

The news is as a double celebration for Sanctuary Care, which is marking its 20 year anniversary of delivering care to its residents.