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    At the RMBI, we care for older Freemasons and their families as well as some people in the community. 

    We are committed to delivering services that promote the dignity, independence and choice of the individuals we support. Person centred care is at the heart of what we do and this is reflected in how we engage with our residents, visitors and staff. 

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    “I feel completely at home, safe and secure.” A resident at James Terry Court in Croydon

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    20 July 2016
    A brand new hairdressing salon was opened at Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court in Mid Glamorgan. On Saturday 27 February the salon was officially opened by Susan Jones, wife of the Provincial Grand Master for South Wales, Gareth Jones OBE. Residents, staff and representatives of the Province and the Home's Association of Friends enjoyed Prosecco and a Canape reception in the main lounge. Alan

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    25 July 2016
    Residents, family and friends of Prince Edward Duke of Kent Court in Essex, have marked their summer fete at the Home in Braintree.The family event,...
    08 July 2016
    Prince George Duke of Kent Court in Kent recently held a street party at the Home to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday.Residents came outside...

    RMBI staff attend Great British Care Awards gala dinner

    Three RMBI staff members have been competing for the national Great British Care Awards. Janet Jackson, Rebecca Timms and Walter Turnbull have won the regional awards in their respective categories and, alongside other RMBI representatives, attended the gala dinner on 20 May 2016 in Birmingham. 

    The RMBI also sponsored this year's national Great British Care Awards in the category The Dignity in Care Award and Regional Operations Manager Elizabeth Corbett presented the award to the lucky winner. 

    At the RMBI we are committed to delivering services that promote the dignity, independence and choice of our residents. Person centred care is at the heart of what we do and this is reflected in how we engage with our residents, visitors and staff.

    We are delighted having been sponsor of the Dignity in Care Award, which focuses on maximising independence, choice and respecting privacy and dignity of residents in care homes. It reflects our corporate values: Personal, Supportive, Learning, Respectful, and above all Kind. 

    "Our person centred approach to care is at the core of what we do and we aim to live by our values."