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Restaurant at Telford retirement service scores top Hygiene rating

10 December 2021

Staff at a retirement service near Telford are celebrating after its restaurant received the highest food hygiene rating, following a recent inspection.

Chef Manager, Keith Robinson

Sanctuary Retirement Living’s Lawley Bank Court in Lawley Bank, which has apartments with communal facilities for over 55s and people with long-term care needs, has received a Food Hygiene Rating of five, following an inspection of its onsite Taste restaurant by the Food Standards Agency.

The inspection which rated the service as very good, reflects the excellent standards of food hygiene and safety, as well as the clean conditions of the catering facilities. Lawley Bank Court’s inspection report showed a clean sheet, with no areas for improvement, leading to the highest rating of five overall.

Keith Robinson, Chef Manager, said; “We’re delighted to have received the top hygiene rating and take our place alongside all 24 Sanctuary Retirement Living’s 5-star rated Taste restaurants. I would like to thank my team Debbie and Janet for their continued hard work, especially through the pandemic They work hard to maintain standards and offer an appetising choice of dishes, which appeal to both our residents and visitors’ tastes and dietary needs.  It’s wonderful that their efforts have been recognised in this way.”

The retirement community’s popular Taste restaurant is open year-round 9.30am to 2.30pm seven days a week, and members of the public are welcome to visit for breakfast, a hot meal at lunch time, takeaway items or homecooked roast dinners available on Sundays.

To find out more about life at Sanctuary Retirement Living, view sample menus from our Taste restaurants, visit our Facebook page, or find a retirement property near you.

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