STAFF, relatives and dignitaries attended the opening of a newly refurbished wing of a care home.
Lord Popat was among guests at the opening of the dementia ward of Coplands Nursing Home in Copland Avenue, Wembley.
Manager Sybil Wright said: “It was such a success. We had about 150 or 160 people there including staff members, an MP and Lord Popat, the owner of the business, and relatives of people at the nursing home.”
The ward has taken six months to refurbish and will cater for dementia patients and young disabled people.
More than 100 people work at the nursing home which cares for 76 patients in total, including 16 in the new wing.
Lord Dolar Popat of Harrow is president of Harrow East Conservative Association and is a founding director of St Luke’s Hospice in Kenton and supports many other local charities.