Multiple care homes have been given positive ratings in Buckinghamshire.

The Care Quality Commission is in charge of inspecting social care services across England.

The organisation judges care providers across various metrics – with the best possible rating being 'outstanding', and the worst 'inadequate'.

The latest batch of ratings from the CQC show three providers have been rated in Buckinghamshire in November.

A care home, Cherry Tree House Residential Home, was rated as 'good' on November 3. The home was last inspected on October 18.

Having been inspected on October 17, The Crossings – another residential care home – was also judged as 'good'. The rating was published on November 10.

In addition, Sunnyside Nursing Home received the same rating from the CQC on November 17. Its latest inspection was on October 18.

A service is given a 'good' rating when it is judged to be performing well against the CQC's criteria.