Marram Green, Kessingland

Marram Green is situated in the seaside village of Kessingland, approximately four miles south from Lowestoft.

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Welcome to Marram Green

Marram Green is situated in the seaside village of Kessingland, approximately four miles south from Lowestoft. Kessingland has a number of local amenities including a doctor’s surgery, a variety of restaurants, boutique shops and public houses.

Working in partnership with Flagship Housing Group, Marram Green consists of 32 self-contained two bedroom apartments over two floors. All are large enough for two people. Each apartment benefits from having its own front door, bedroom, lounge, fully fitted kitchen and a level-based wet room including WC. Each apartment is fully accessible for wheelchair users.

Accommodation
Facilities
Meet Claire Holmes - Manager of Marram Green
  • A large tenants lounge
  • Smaller lounges for more informal use by tenants
  • An assisted bathroom with adapted bathing facilities
  • Communal gardens
  • A 24 hour door entry system with CCTV to give additional home security
  • A lift giving access to first floor accommodation
  • Emergency alarm pull cords are located in every room as well as in communal areas
  • Communal courtyard gardens
  • Treatment/hobbies room
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Gym
  • Public library
  • Public café

“Working within the Care and Support sector is such a rewarding role which brings new challenges every day to ensure our service users receive the best quality care from our staff.”

I have been the Service Manager at Marram Green since November 2018 but have worked there as a Team Leader for the last 8 years. I have spent the majority of my working life in the Care and Support field doing everything from care in the community to being Head of Care in a nursing home. I have worked in care since  I left school, I wanted to train as a nurse but when I went to enrol I was too young and the Matron said I should get a job working either with the elderly or children for a year to see if it was something I could cope with. I found a job as a trainee care assistant in a local authority care home and loved the role so much I never went back to enrol at nursing college and here I am today as a manager of a wonderful extra care service.

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