Our team at
Foxland Grange

Trusted to care in Tettenhall, West Midlands


Meet our friendly care team

It is the people who make our home a truly happy and caring one. At Foxland Grange, our experienced team of dedicated professionals, all of whom undergo our own in-depth training programme. The whole team works to make sure that residents' needs are at the heart of everything they do and that personalised care is provided.

Su Edmonds

General Manager

Su Edmonds

I joined the Foxland Grange team in 2013 as Deputy Manager.

I’m a nurse by training and my background includes working in general medicine as well as in emergency medicine.

The morning is the best part of the day. I get into the home early and find out how everyone is. Coming in early gives me a chance to get everything set up and ready for the day ahead before things start to get busy!

The team and the residents of Foxland Grange are like my second family, and whatever they need, I do my utmost to support them. My door is always open – I’m a big believer in the importance of communication to colleagues, residents and their families, as well as being kind and compassionate. Delivering quality care, and quality of life for residents, are my passions, and the team here is equally as committed to these principles. I’m extremely proud of everything we do every day.

In my free time I enjoy walking, and generally being in the great outdoors. I like travelling the country in my motor home, and spending time with my family, including my grandson.

Rose Powell
Deputy Manager

I’m a trained nurse and used to work at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

I’ve also worked in community nursing roles, as well as in care homes. Working at Foxland Grange has been one of my goals for a while, so I’m delighted to be here and part of the fantastic team.

In this role it’s important to be approachable and friendly. You need to be a good communicator and able to work in a team. A passion to know and understand the people you care for is a must too as Care UK’s ethos is all about delivering person-centred care.

One of the best aspects of what I do is being able to get to know the team, the residents and their families, and to develop strong relationships with them. I see it as a privilege to have the opportunity to do this.

Jazz Lalli
Director of Community Relations

I started working at the home in 2017 – I’d worked in FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) but there was a lot of travelling involved.

I decided I was ready for a role with more meaning. What’s so good about working at Foxland Grange is that I’m able to use my skills to make a difference to other people’s lives. While you need to be driven and organised in this role, being a people person is vital. I naturally enjoy helping other people, so it’s a perfect fit for me.

The mornings are the best part of the day in my opinion. I like saying hello to the residents as they look forward to their day. I also meet with the team to plan the day. We’ve a fantastic team here at Foxland Grange. As in every care home, the pandemic was extremely challenging with all the changes and pressure on everyone, but it actually made us stronger than ever.

I like to unwind by going to the gym, going walking, and spending time with family and friends.

Geraldine Bunning
Activities Lead Coordinator

I joined Foxland Grange in January 2012 and brought passion, fun, and enthusiam with me.

I have been patient services team leader in Bridgnorth and an Activities Coordinator for another group of homes. My aim is to make a difference to each resident's day and nothing makes me happier than when I see residents smiling, happy, and can hear laughter.

Oksana Dovey
Reminiscence Coordinator

I qualified as a nurse back in the early 1990s, and I have been working at Foxland Grange since 2008.

I started out in a nursing role before moving into my current role. I always knew I wanted to work with older people but it was a great experience to have worked in intensive care, in GP surgeries and in emergency care.

I love the mornings here at Foxland Grange. It’s a new day, we’ve got the day ahead of us, and it’s lovely being able to greet residents and see their smiles. One of the most rewarding parts of my role is forging strong and positive relationships with residents and their families, and the team I work with. It’s not something that was possible in the nursing roles I used to do.

I enjoy meeting new families and supporting new residents to settle in. Seeing them happy, and with all their needs met, and seeing the families relieved and happy, gives me a wonderful feeling.

Outside of work I like to unwind by going cycling, being out in nature, and spending time with my family.

Niki Phillips
Business Office Coordinator

I wanted to join the Foxland Grange team because I was attracted by the values and care ethos of Care UK.

I previously worked for a private healthcare company, supporting the NHS with mental health referrals for children and young people.

I enjoy the different skills that this role demands of me. I need to be very organised, as well as approachable and friendly. I love helping other people, whether it’s residents or colleagues. I’ll always do what I can for people. One of the great ‘perks’ of working here is being able to get to know the wonderful people who live at Foxland Grange and learning more about their lives. I have huge respect for my colleagues too, who do an amazing job and also have their own stories and impressive experiences to share!

I have a young son who takes up most of my time when I’m not at work. We’re a very ‘outdoorsy’ family, so you can usually find us walking or out on our bikes exploring new places.

Sally Millington
Lead Concierge

I have served in this wonderful community since 2006 and my aim is to ensure that customer service reflects the 'old-fashioned' service which residents are used to from years' gone by.

My career originates from the hotel industry where I spent many years as a Functions Manager/Wedding Coordinator where customer service is crucial. Front of house here at Foxland Grange provides a central point for residents to visit if they need simply pointing in the right direction or to book a hair or chiropody appointment. Residents also stop by for a general chat or even sit at the desk and help with some duties which gives great purpose. I have a team of lovely well trained concierges to ensure the desk is manned each day from 8am – 8pm. We offer a secure environment and are stationed near the main door to ensure all visitors are greeted and looked after to a high standard. We promise to continue high end customer service throughout. To be excited to come to work is something I always wished for and my wish has been granted.

Laura Armstrong
Sales Support

I joined the team here in 2013 before moving into the sales department in March 2019.

Foxland Grange is a great place to work, with a lovely team who are friends as well as colleagues. I love the interactions with residents and hearing their life stories.

Peter Hickman

I joined Foxland Grange 15 years ago.

I was a qualified electrician and had never worked in the care sector before. But I’ve never looked back. This is such a rewarding job. I love interacting with the residents and supporting the team. That’s why I’m still here all these years later!

There are lots of different aspects to this role, which is what keeps me on my toes. I enjoy meeting new people, and every day is different. One of the hardest parts has been supporting people living with dementia. Initially I struggled to see people living with this condition and to know how to support them. But the great training I’ve received means that I’m now confident in this area and enjoy interactions with residents living with dementia. I’m even an Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friend!

Outside of work, I enjoy gardening, photography, and seeing my family and grandchildren whenever I can down in Plymouth.

Colleague voices at Foxland Grange

Our experienced teams

Every day Care UK colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.


Our hardworking teams always keep individuals and their families at the heart of the care they provide. We work with you to shape the care your loved one receives, the food they’re served, the activities and experiences they want to do – even the ways they prefer to keep in touch with their friends and family. 


The nurses at Care UK are highly skilled and receive sector-leading training, which enables them to keep developing expertise in different clinical fields from dementia to palliative care.


Our dedicated lifestyle teams work hard to organise a range of activities and events at our home. From gardening and baking to quizzes, music sessions and even live entertainment. Above all, we get to know your loved one to make sure our activities are tailored to suit their interests and hobbies.

Home support roles

From catering to maintenance, housekeeping to administration, our home support teams play a crucial part in ensuring individuals enjoy an exceptional and safe service every day.

All our teams get to know each person they care for to ensure they provide a service that’s designed around their unique needs and tastes. 

Infection control

Each of our homes have a trained Infection Control and Prevention Champion – they are responsible for carrying out daily infection control audit and ensuring cleaning protocols are meticulously applied.