Kings Court Care Home in Barnard Castle, County Durham

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Kings Court care home is positioned at the very heart of the attractive town of Barnard Castle in County Durham.

We provide specialist residential and respite care for older people, as well as a day club and a home meal delivery service. We aim to give every resident and day club visitor  positive and fulfilling experiences every day. We offer day guests all of the same activities and meals that we provide to residents. Many of our team members have very strong local connections and enjoy swapping tales of life of rural life in and around Barnard Castle.

Our historic building is full of character and charm. In its former life as the King’s Head hotel, Charles Dickens was once a guest – he was even inspired to mention the hotel in his novel ‘Nicholas Nickelby’. The impressive hotel ballroom is now our residents’ lounge and many of our rooms are generously-sized too.
 

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Kings Court publishes guide to help overwhelmed carers

Kings Court publishes guide to help overwhelmed carers

June 30 2017

Kings Court is providing support for people caring for a loved one after finding that 70 per cent feel ‘overwhelmed’ by their caring responsibilities.

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Suffolk care home partnership wins prestigious national award

Suffolk care home partnership wins prestigious national award

June 26 2017

A ground-breaking project to deliver 10 new care homes for Suffolk people has taken the top award at one of the most prestigious health and social care ceremonies in the country.

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Care UK wins nationwide employee experience award

Care UK wins nationwide employee experience award

May 2 2017

Care UK has been named as one of the country’s top employers in this year’s Employee Experience Awards, which recognise employers delivering an exceptional employee experience.

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