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Queen Elizabeth Court
5 Clarence Drive, Craig-y-don, Llandudno. LL30 1TR
The RMBI has been caring for older Freemasons and their dependants for over 160 years. The RMBI operate 17 care Homes across England and Wales offering a range of high quality care. Many of the Homes are registered for both residential and nursing care and a number offer specialist dementia care.
Queen Elizabeth Court, is located in Llandudno, North Wales and is a short ride away from historic Conwy, Snowdonia and the North Wales coast.
The Home is purpose built, providing both residential and nursing care for up to sixty-seven residents.
Each resident has their own en-suite bedroom, with a toilet and hand wash basin, in accommodation arranged over two floors in seven wings.
Residents may furnish their room with small items of furniture, provided that the furniture meets the required safety standards.
There are six lounges in the main Home and two in the nursing wing. Each wing has its own kitchenette with tea making facilities.
Queen Elizabeth Court offers a wide range of recreational facilities including a fully stocked library. A full programme of activities is organised by the Activities Co-ordinator to include concerts, quizzes, shopping trips and visits to places of interest.
RMBI services are available to people with either private or public funding. All applicants to an RMBI Home are assessed on an individual basis and advised of their weekly fee before moving into the Home.
The weekly fee covers provision of accommodation, meals and care, and may change as care needs change.
There are several different categories of eligibility and applicants must meet the criteria for one category to access the RMBI´s services.
Please read the [ RMBI eligibility policy ] for more information. Emergency admissions can be accommodated in exceptional circumstances.
Residents who choose an RMBI Home have the security of knowing that they have a home for life regardless of any changes to their financial circumstances, as long as the RMBI can cater for their particular care needs.
For more information visit the RMBI´s website at www.rmbi.org.uk
North Wales Freemasons support Queen Elizabeth Court by, among other things, holding an annual Garden Fete.
Freemasonry benefits both the Local & National Community
Freemasons make a major contribution to society through their own charities, as well as through donations to UK charities and worldwide disaster relief funds, with members playing an active role in their communities.
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