Residents at a care home for the elderly in a Gloucestershire town are to benefit from the addition of a new conservatory.
People staying at Four Seasons in Mickleton will soon be able to enjoy views of the gardens, as well as have a quiet place to relax.
The home received a £16,000 grant towards the conservatory after applying for funding with help from Gloucestershire county council, the Tewkesbury Admag reports.
According to Four Seasons manager Tracey Jary, the improvement will make a difference to the lives of many of the residents.
"The new conservatory is a lovely space for people to come to when they want to get away to somewhere peaceful," she told the publication.
Around £50 million is reportedly being spent on building new care homes in the area, but the latest plans at four seasons may keep the current tenants happy.
Meanwhile, Furniture Medic recently stated that while wicker could make great chairs and tables for the conservatory or garden, the products require a lot of care.