Man charged with murder of Italian restaurant boss
Future is blooming for home
A MAN charged with the murder of Italian businessman Giorgio Roncari has appeared in court.
Vincenzo Tavano, of Park Lane, Poynton, appeared at Manchester magistrates court.
The 32-year-old spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and address.
Tavano has been charged with the murder A CARE home hosted a flower festival to celebrate the start of a new era after an investment.
Adlington Manor Care Home hosted a spring flower festival for the community and invited guests.
Visitors enjoyed flower displays, music and balloon artistry, as well as locally brewed beer and a buffet cooked by the home’s head chef.
Visitors also had the of Mr Roncari between April 14 and 15. He was also charged with stealing a car, theft of bank cards, cash, wallet and car keys belonging to Mr Roncari, and fraud. No pleas were given to any of the charges. Tavano was remanded in custody and will appear at Manchester Crown Court on Friday, May 5.
Police found the body chance to improvements made to the interior at the home funded after an investment.
The Mayor of Bollington Allan Williams attended and drew the raffle and chatted to staff and residents. He even had a dance with some of the residents when the saxophonist was playing.
Fiona Gough, general manager, has invited people to visit. She said: “The home is looking of Mr Roncari in his Salford home on Monday April 17, at around 7.20pm. Mr Roncari, who was formally known as Giuseppi, had been a manager at the now closed Avalanche restaurant in Manchester city centre.
A 43-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder has been bailed pending further enquiries. better than ever after the recent investment and it was a pleasure to welcome so many people to our flower festival to celebrate.
“Thank you so much to the mayor of Bollington for helping us make the day extra special for residents, staff and guests.
“It was great to see everybody enjoying the spring sunshine and the lovely scent of flowers was all around.”
At the Adlington Manor Care Home spring flower are (from left): Fiona Gough, Allan Williams (Mayor of Bollington), Helen Broadhurst (administration assistant) and Phil Hayward from the maintenance team of About Barchester Healthcare