- March 2012: A 'warning notice' is issued to the owners of the privately owned care home by the Care Quality Commission over concerns relating to care standards.
- 5 November 2012: Autumn Grange care home is closed and all 28 residents are moved by Nottingham City Council "due to serious concerns about the standard of care and the wellbeing of residents". A police investigation is launched.
- 22 November: Ivy Atkin, 86, one of the residents moved from the home, dies of pneumonia and general weakness.
- August 2013: Eleven people are arrested on suspicion of manslaughter as part of the investigation into Mrs Atkin's death. They were later bailed by police pending further enquiries.
The family of 85-year-old Kenneth Wright claim his life was cut short as a result of abuse at Autumn Grange care home in Nottingham.
Autumn Grange residential home in Nottingham was closed down last November, following concerns over standards of care.
New allegations have emerged of mistreatment at a Nottingham care home already at the centre of a police investigation.