Greensleeves Homes Trust

The Charity

Greensleeves Homes Trust provides care for older people in its residential, dementia and nursing homes across England.

The charity commenced operations in 1997 when the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service (“WRVS”) decided to transfer the ownership and management of its care homes to an independent organisation. The newly formed charity took its name from the green arm bands (or sleeves) worn by WRVS volunteers during World War II.

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The Greensleeves Homes Trust 5% fixed rate Bonds due 2030 pay a fixed rate of interest of 5% per annum, payable twice yearly on 17 December and 17 June of each year. The Bonds are expected to mature on 17 December 2030 with a final legal maturity on 17 December 2032.

Issue date

17 December 2020

Expected maturity

17 December 2030

Final legal maturity

17 December 2032

Amount issued

£25m

Coupon type

Fixed

Coupon

5%

Frequency

Semi-annual

Payment dates

17 June, 17 December

ISIN

XS2250730749

SEDOL

BMFKP03

LSE Ticker

GHT2

Bloomberg ticker

RCHBLN 5 12/17/2030

Bond Documents

  • Prospectus

  • Information Booklet

  • Key Information Document

The Greensleeves Homes Trust 4.25% fixed rate Bonds due 2026 pay a fixed rate of interest of 4.25% per annum, payable twice yearly on 30 March and 30 September of each year. The Bonds are expected to mature on 30 March 2026 with a final legal maturity on 30 March 2028.

Issue date

30 March 2017

Expected maturity

30 March 2026

Final legal maturity

30 March 2028

Amount issued

£50m

Coupon type

Fixed

Coupon

4.25%

Frequency

Semi-annual

Payment dates

30 March, 30 September

ISIN

XS1575974933

SEDOL

BDH6X68

LSE Ticker

GSHT

Bloomberg ticker

RCHBLN 4.25 03/30/2026

Bond Documents

  • Prospectus

  • Information Booklet

Social impact

As an organisation, Greensleeves is constantly adapting to meet the needs of older people. It has successfully introduced the Eden Alternative approach to care, to improve the quality of life for residents at all of its care homes. The Eden Alternative principles provide a framework to transform traditional approaches to care.

Greensleeves aims to set and maintain the highest standards of good practice within an environment that encourages residents to thrive as individuals and employees to fulfil their ambitions as caring professionals. The quality of care provided to residents is of paramount importance to Greensleeves and this ultimately drives all operational issues within the charity. This has been recognised through national and local awards for a number of homes and above industry average performance in ratings awarded by the regulatory body, the CQC.

Impact Reports

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