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Highmarket House, our brand new purpose-built care home in Banbury, opened in September 2017. 

Highmarket House is close to the centre of Banbury and provides the latest in luxurious facilities, combined with high quality round-the-clock care. Our dedicated and skilled teams offer a full range of residential care for older people, including short-term respite care, specialist care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, plus palliative and end of life care.

We believe that when a person moves into a care home they should be able to continue to enjoy the lifestyle that they always have – keeping busy, seeing friends, being pampered and enjoying great food. The only difference is that you, and your loved ones, can have the peace of mind that expert care is on hand 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Care as unique as your loved one

We understand that no two people’s care needs are the same. That’s why every aspect of your loved one’s care is personalised to their unique needs, interests, likes and dislikes. The care and clinical teams at Highmarket House care home work with you and your loved one to get to know them extremely well so that we can ensure that everything we do is tailored to them. We then design a unique care plan, and organise activities – and even plan menus – that suit your loved one exactly. What’s more, we regularly update these plans as your loved one’s needs change. 

Enjoying each day to the full

Activity based care is at the heart of our philosophy. We help residents to continue to be as active as possible and to play a part in the life of the care home so that they maintain a sense of independence. Our activity coordinators plan engaging group and one-to-one activities, and your loved one is welcome to have their own small tasks to do, such as laying the table for lunch or doing some light gardening. Find out more about what we get up to at Highmarket House on the daily life page.

Luxury living

As with all Care UK’s new care homes, Highmarket House has been designed with your loved one’s complete comfort in mind. All bedrooms are uniquely decorated and have en-suite facilities. There's even an on-site hair salon, coffee shop and cinema – perfect for enabling your loved one to continue to enjoy a great lifestyle, whatever the weather. Find out more about the home

We also don’t believe in having set visiting hours. You are welcome to visit at any time of the night or day and to stay for as long as you like. We’d love you to join in with activities, outings or to enjoy a meal with your loved one.  


Our services 
Residential care
Dementia care
End of life care
Respite care
Palliative care

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Banbury’s newest care home, Highmarket House, is inviting the local community to attend its ‘Grand Launch’ where Peter Turner MBE, and his great granddaughter Lucy McNally, will officially open the home. 

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