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Winchcombe Place Care Home in Newbury

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At Winchcombe Place care home in Newbury our dedicated team will help your loved one to continue living a busy and fulfilling life.

Our new, purpose-built care home in Newbury is now open and provides a full range of care services for older people, including residential, short-term respite care and even sensitive end of life care.

Everything you need…and so much more

When you first visit Winchcombe Place care home in Newbury we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Think five star hotel rather than care home. We believe that living in a care home should be just as good as living in your own home – in fact, we strive to make it even better. So close by reception you’ll find our hair and beauty salon, where residents can be regularly pampered; there’s a coffee shop where they can relax with visitors over a cup of coffee and a slice of something delicious. There’s even a cinema, where residents can catch the latest releases and Hollywood classics.

Scattered around the rest of Winchcombe Place are other great spaces for relaxing or doing activities, including a library, vintage-themed lounge and an arts and crafts room.

With you every step of the way

Everything we do at Winchcombe Place is tailored to each resident. Even before a person moves into the home, we work with them and their family to get to know them, learn about their life stories, their needs, likes and dislikes, hobbies and interests. We then use this information to tailor their care to suit their unique needs. It even enables us to organise activities that they’ll enjoy and even to plan delicious menus they’ll love.

We’ll work closely with your family, from the moment you first make contact with us, through to your loved one moving in and throughout their time with us. We believe in getting to know you as well as your loved one who will be living with us. That way we will be able to help and support you in any way we can.

Getting the most out of every day

Our dedicated and experienced Winchcombe Place care team are passionate about helping residents to continue doing the things they love. Activity and independence are central to life at the home and you will always find a variety of activities going on. Plus there's plenty of light, and comfortably furnished and beautifully decorated areas to relax, read, chat to visitors or enjoy the views across the gardens.

Many residents discover a whole new lease of life in our care homes and get to do many things they wouldn’t have experienced on their own. We’ll do anything to bring a smile to a resident’s face and make them feel valued. We organise regular outings  to local attractions as well as shops and garden centres.

Over to you

Choosing the right care home for your loved one is a big decision that takes time. At Winchcombe Place we won’t rush you. You’re welcome to come and look around as many times as you need to and talk to any or all of our team, from our home manager to our carers, activity co-ordinators and catering team. You can also find out more about the home on these pages.

If you’d like to know more about how we can help you care for your loved one, please give us a call or send us a message. We look forward to welcoming you to Winchcombe Place care home in Newbury.

 


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Continuing care
Dementia care
End of life care
Frail elderly
Palliative care
Residential care
Respite care

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People in Newbury are invited to join in the fun when Fir Tree Falconry drops into Care UK’s Winchcombe Place care home on Maple Crescent on Thursday 16 April from 2-5pm, with an array of feathered friends.

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