Perry Manor - 01905 401 660

Perry Manor care home in Worcester

Perry Manor care home in Worcester is now open, and provides the best in 24-hour residential and nursing care for older people in luxurious surroundings.

When a new resident joins us at Perry Manor care home our team gets to know their unique needs, preferences and personality before creating a tailored care plan for them. In fact, everything we do at Perry Manor – from the food our chef-led catering teams serve up, to the activities we organise - is tailored to residents’ individual preferences.

Our stunning facilities ensure that residents enjoy a ‘five star’ experience, whether they’re watching their favourite films in the cinema, catching up with friends in the coffee shop, or having a pamper session with the hairdresser.

We enable residents to keep active and independent, whether that means supporting them to join in with arts and crafts and music sessions or gentle exercise classes.

The Perry Manor team is here to support you and your family whenever you need us. Visit at any time of the day, and stay for as long as you wish. While you’re here feel free to join your loved one in a favourite activity, or enjoy a quiet meal together.

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Our care services

  • Dementia care
  • Nursing care
  • Residential care
  • Respite care

You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome when you step inside Perry Manor care home and you’ll be greeted by smiling faces.

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Meet the team

Mike Dearn, home manager

Mike Dearn, home manager

I joined Care UK in 2013 and previously managed a care home in Solihull. Prior to working in the care sector I was a head chef for 25 years. Putting residents at the heart of everything I do is how I like to manage and I’m lucky that my employer Care UK shares those same values.

A good home manager needs to be a great communicator and have a passion for caring for older people, but being able to manage a variety of personalities, listening and making yourself available are important too.

Delivering great experiences through quality care is my main objective. In a previous role I managed a change programme within a failing care home. Through vision and lots of hard work the home became CQC compliant, profitable and is now a flagship home. I take huge pride in being part of the team that brought about such great change.

The favourite part of my day is spending time chatting to residents. Listening to their life experience and stories are really enjoyable, but they also inform me about levels of care we are giving them. These conversations are invaluable because we always want to offer better experiences

I look forward to seeing our residents living happy and fulfilled lives in the beautiful and homely ambiance of Perry Manor.

Clair Gurteen, deputy manager

Clair Gurteen, deputy manager

Previously I was the clinical lead nurse for a 36 bedded care home which specialized in palliative care and dementia. After I researched Care UK, I felt that the philosophy here on care and general ethos was unlike any I have experienced over the past 7 years of working in the private sector, so securing the position of deputy manager at Perry Manor is certainly my biggest career highlight to date.

Perry Manor is a beautiful care home with an amazing, strong team of staff, so I look forward to it going from strength to strength and becoming the top-rated care home in the Worcester area!

I think being open, honest and a good communicator is an essential part of my role and for residents and their families to feel I am easily accessible and approachable in order to achieve excellent standards of person-centred care.

Peter James McGregor, head chef

Peter James McGregor, head chef

The role of Head Chef at Perry Manor is a perfect combination of two things I really enjoy – cooking and making people happy.

I have learned my trade by working in great kitchens and was made Sous Chef of a One Star Michelin restaurant aged just 21. I was also lucky enough to be a Rioja Sous Chef Bursary Finalist in 2001.

Residents can be assured that only the very best quality ingredients are prepared in my kitchen and menus are planned around the individuals’ dietary requirements.

My main challenge at Perry Manor is ensuring that the standard of the food that leaves the kitchen matches the high quality of care that is provided within the home.

Ben Walker, customer relations manager

Ben Walker, customer relations manager

When the opportunity came along to work at one of Care UK’s leading care homes I jumped at the chance. Coming from the leisure sector I was keen to continue working closely with customers and this role offers me that and so much more.

Having bags of empathy, good listening skills and the ability to forge long lasting relationships are essential in this role. The reward are high and knowing that I have supported families, sometimes at a difficult time, to make informed decisions about the care of a loved one makes me happy.

Much of my spare time is taken up by my young son Reggie, but when I do get the odd hour or two to myself I like to hit the fairways with my golf clubs, watch Manchester United or read a really good book.

Jadon Ortlepp, activity coordinator

Jadon Ortlepp, activity coordinator

Before joining the team at Perry Manor I worked as an outdoor education instructor in the disability and special needs environment. I moved to this role because it was a role I knew I’d enjoy and where the facilities would be second to none.

I think in this role you have to be prepared to step outside your comfort zone. I certainly have, just by doing karaoke! My favourite part of the day is ‘everything stops for tea’ at 3pm. It’s great seeing staff and residents bonding over tea and cake. I myself love spending time with residents, getting to know them better and finding ways of overcoming obstacles so that every day can be enjoyable and fulfilling for them.

Sian Hennessy, activities coordinator

Sian Hennessy, activities coordinator

I’m looking forward to working with the team at Perry Manor.

Services & Facilities

  • Activities room
  • Alternative therapies
  • Alzheimer's Society support
  • Aromatherapy
  • Art room
  • Audiology
  • Beauty and treatment room
  • Bistro dining area
  • Carers support
  • Chiropody
  • Cinema room
  • Coffee shop
  • Conservatory
  • Court yard
  • Dentist
  • Dietician
  • Family guest room
  • Garden room
  • Gardens
  • GP
  • GP clinic room
  • Hair and beauty salon
  • Internet café
  • Library
  • Mobile library
  • Optician
  • Patio garden
  • Pharmacy service
  • Physiotherapy
  • Retro-themed lounge
  • Sensory garden
  • Therapy room

Our home, your home

About the home

Think you know what care homes are like? Perry Manor care home in Worcester will change your view for good.

Each of the home’s three floors has its own dining room and lounge and around our Worcester care home are beautifully designed, bright and spacious areas for activities, for reading or relaxing, or for catching up with friends and family. Many are named after things, people and places that Worcestershire is famous for, creating a sense of place and providing endless opportunities to reminisce for those residents who have lived locally.

Each of the home’s bedrooms has en-suite facilities, quality furnishings, a TV, adjustable profile bed and a 24-hour nurse call system, plus phone and internet connections. Although each room is beautifully decorated, residents are welcome to add their own personal belongings if it helps them to feel more at home.

Ensuring our residents are happy and well is at the heart of what we do at Perry Manor. The home is close to health centres and pharmacies as well as Worcestershire Royal Hospital. Our clinical teams have close working relationships with GPs and other healthcare providers, including physiotherapists, opticians and dentists and audiologists, so we can answer any healthcare need at any time.

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Daily life

Retaining independence and keeping active through Activity Based Care

Meal times are always lively occasions at Perry Manor, when residents look forward to the tasty and nutritious home-cooked food being dished up by our chef-led catering team. The team can cater for different dietary and cultural needs, and menus are regularly changed to allow for seasonal changes and resident feedback. Snacks and drinks are always available and on residents’ birthdays and anniversaries we always have a celebration, whether it’s just a specially baked cake or a big party with friends and loved ones.

Perry Manor plays its part in the Worcester community, and we’ve strong links with local groups, charities, professional entertainers and school groups. We love inviting the local community to the events we hold throughout the year, from coffee mornings to summer and Christmas parties and free seminars for family carers. Residents play a key part in planning and preparations and even decorating the home on the day.

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Dementia care

We have one aim - to help our clients live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives

We work with some of the leaders in the architectural and design industries to create dementia-friendly home environments where people with the visual, hearing and mobility impairments associated with dementia can move around freely and independently.

Anything from furnishings and paint colours, lighting and signage can make a difference, so we incorporate the latest thinking and standards in these areas into the design of our care homes.

Caring for a loved one who has dementia, and making the decision for them to move into permanent residential or nursing care can be hugely challenging for all the family. We support each resident and their family in any way we can. We’re always here if you need emotional or practical support, and we’ll work with you to forge a new role in your loved one’s day-to-day care.

You’re welcome to visit any time of the day or night and take part in the care home’s activities, to help your loved one with their morning or evening routine, or to just enjoy a relaxing meal with them.

Our practical, free dementia-friendly guides also have lots of advice and tips on ways to support a loved one with dementia.

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Feedback from residents and families

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Where to find us

Perry Manor
Charles Hastings Way
WR5 1ET (For sat nav, please use post code WR5 1DD)
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Contact details

Telephone: 01905 401 660
Manager: Mike Dearn
Calls may be recorded for quality and training purposes.

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Join our free events

Open day

Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 13:00 to 16:00

Perry Manor is hosting an open day to celebrate the official opening of our new suite, which will offer specialist nursing and residential care for older people.

Come along and meet the team, take a tour of the home and get a chance to see what life is like for residents at Perry Manor. Tom Morris, Perry Manor's first resident, will officially open the suite, and there will be a photo exhibition by resident, David Stratford.

For more information and to book your free place please call 0333 321 1925 or email

Latest news

Worcester care home hosts falls prevention seminar

September 7 2015

The team at Perry Manor care home on Charles Hastings Way is inviting people in Worcester and surrounding areas to a free event to find out more about preventing falls among older people on Wednesday 23rd September.

From 11am to 12:30pm, Jackie Threshie and Julie Kirton from the Falls Prevention Service at Worcestershire Health & Care NHS Trust will be discussing tactics for preventing falls as well as providing guidance on how to create safer environments and reduce balance problems. 

After the event, Jackie and Julie will be on hand to answer any questions and there will also be an opportunity for members of the public to meet the carers at Perry Manor and take a tour of the home.

Mike Dearn, home manager at Perry Manor, said: “Here at Perry Manor, we seek to provide in-depth advice to people in the local community on topics relating to our work. Falls prevention is very important to the team here, and to the wellbeing of the residents, as accidental falls can occasionally lead to further health issues. It is imperative we create a safe environment for older people in the community and ensure the correct safety procedures are in place to prevent accidents.” 

Perry Manor is a state-of-the-art care home which provides full-time residential, nursing and dementia care, as well as short-term respite care.  Designed to enable its residents to live enjoyable and fulfilling lives, the care home has its very own cinema and hairdressers, and there is plenty of space both indoors and out for relaxation and recreation.

For further information about Perry Manor please contact customer relations manager Ben Walker, by emailing or telephone 0333 321 1925

Worcester chef cooks up a storm in national competition

August 13 2015

Care UK’s Worcester care home, Perry Manor, is celebrating after it was announced that a team member has reached the semi-finals of Care UK’s Chef of the Year competition.

Peter McGregor, chef at Perry Manor, competed against the culinary talents of chefs from around the country to secure his place in the second round of the competition.

Round one saw Peter challenged to prepare a two-course lunch in 90 minutes, while ensuring that the menu was seasonal and already a favourite with residents.

For the first course, Peter prepared a chicken breast with a parsley crumb and a selection of vegetables. This was followed by lemon tart with Worcestershire strawberries. The meal was tasted by four judges including a regional director, a hotel services manager and two residents, and judged on originality, presentation, taste, nutrition and menu design.

Commenting on his success in round one, Peter said: “I’m thrilled to have made it to the semi-finals. The level of skill and creativity from the other chefs was really high, but I was confident that the dishes I cooked would be received well by the judges because they are always enjoyed by the residents of Perry Manor.”

Mike Dearn, home manager at Perry Manor, said: “The Chef of the Year competition is a brilliant opportunity for the chefs at Care UK to show their talent and expertise. It’s great that Peter’s cookery skills have been recognised and we are all eagerly awaiting the semi-finals where I’m sure he will see further success.”

The semi-finals, which will take place in September, will see 12 chefs compete for just four places in the final of Care UK’s Chef of the Year.

Situated on Charles Hastings Way, Perry Manor is a state-of-the-art care home which provides full-time residential, nursing and dementia care, as well as short-term respite care. Designed to enable its residents to live enjoyable and fulfilling lives, the care home has its very own cinema and hairdressers, and there is plenty of space both indoors and out for relaxation and recreation.

Ukulele band strums for Worcester care home

July 15 2015

Perry Manor care home enjoyed the strumming talents of a ukulele band when they performed for the residents. 

The afternoon of musical delights saw the Jookulele band perform a range of foot-tapping songs for all the residents to enjoy.

Mike Dearn, home manager at Perry Manor, said: “Although we play music in the care home every day, it is always great when the residents have the opportunity to listen to live music at Perry Manor. The performance was enjoyed by everyone, music can be very uplifting for the residents and can create a sense of togetherness.

“You could see from the residents’ faces just how much they enjoyed the live music from the unusual band. The session also fitted really well with our ‘activity based care’ approach here at Perry Manor, which is all about ensuring residents can continue enjoying the interests they have always loved as well as giving people the opportunity to discover new ones.” 

Situated on Charles Hastings Way, Perry Manor is a state-of-the-art care home which provides full-time residential, nursing and dementia care, as well as short-term respite care.  Designed to enable its residents to live enjoyable and fulfilling lives, the care home has its very own cinema and hairdressers, and there is plenty of space both indoors and out for relaxation and recreation.

For further information please contact customer relations manager Ben Walker at Perry Manor, by emailing or telephone 0333 321 1925. 

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