14 April 2022
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown visits Mulberry Court in Cirencester

Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP for the Cotswolds visited Mulberry Court in Cirencester and praised the high level of specialist care being provided by the dedicated staff. Mulberry Court is part of Housing 21, a leading not-for-profit provider of retirement and extra care properties for older people. 

Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP visits Mulberry Court in Cirencester

The properties allow older people to live independently but as part of a close community, with plenty of opportunities to socialise with on-site services and care. Mulberry Court pride themselves on delivering care with exceptional staff with a low turnover. 

Commenting on the visit, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP said: 

“I had a very enjoyable visit to Mulberry Court at Middle Mead, as I was reminded the property was built ten years ago but still looks brand new! It has recently had a thorough refurbishment and it was impressive to see the specialist housing tailored to meet the needs of the residents. 

“I had a lively discussion with the residents regarding a range of political issues, but the overwhelming conversation was regarding the boundary changes proposals which will see the constituency split in two. They consider it quite wrong that Cirencester, the largest town in the Cotswolds, should be split from the rest of the area. Mulberry Court is an extremely well-run retirement property providing extra care to those who need it. All the residents seemed extremely happy and it was a pleasure to be able to visit and speak to them.”