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Our new homes offer pleasant environments and are full of passionate, exceptional people.

Trymview Hall, Southmead, Bristol

Trymview Hall care home in Southmead, Bristol, opened in November 2019 and provides residential, nursing, short term respite care and specialist dementia care. The home has its own coffee shop, cinema room and hair salon, to ensure your loved one can continue to live a fulfilling lifestyle. Each of the 66 bedrooms are beautifully furnished and have their own en-suite wet rooms, as well as 24-hour nurse call system, flatscreen TV and phone and WiFi connections.

Carpathia Grange, Hythe, Southampton

Our new home Carpathia Grange opened on Southampton Road in Hythe in November 2019. This beautiful home delivers the very latest in luxury living alongside an impressive range of care services, from nursing and residential care, to short-term respite and specialist dementia care. The home offers a wealth of superb facilities, including a coffee shop, cinema and hair and beauty salon, so your loved one can continue to enjoy an independent and active lifestyle. Our tailored care and lifestyle plans are central to enabling your loved one to maintain their independence and purpose, and we will support them to continue to do so. 

Montfort Manor, Ashford, Kent

Our purpose-built care home on Kennington Road opened in October 2019. Montfort Manor is close by to Ashford International station as well as the M20, so it is very convenient for family and friends visiting from the south east. The home has been designed to enhance the quality of life for every resident. The home is made up of small suites, with a collection of ensuite bedrooms, bistro-style dining room and comfortable lounge areas. This layout helps residents who are living with dementia to feel more settle. We will get to know your loved one and create a care and lifestyle plan personalised to them. We will also encourage them to spend the day doing the things that bring them meaning, satisfaction and a sense of independence. Montfort Manor offers a range of care that means we can continue to care for residents, even as their needs change.

Bickerton House, Bracknell, Berkshire

Bickerton House opened its doors in January 2020. Our new care home for older people in Bracknell has a skilled and experienced team that provides a wide range of quality round-the-clock care services in luxury surroundings. At Bickerton House, we treat every person we care for with dignity and respect. Whether you are looking for short term respite care, residential care, nursing or dementia, our team delivers care to your loved one that is entirely tailored to their needs and wishes.

Deewater Grange, Huntington

Deewater Grange provides superb quality care in hotel-style surroundings, offering residential and nursing care, as well as short term respite care and specialist care for people living with dementia. Our location offers us the best of all worlds – set in the small community of Huntington handy for shops and local amenities yet less than a mile from the centre of Chester and only minutes from the A55 North Wales Expressway, and the A41. With its own cinema, coffee shop and hair and beauty salon, residents can continue enjoying the best things in life. The only difference is that expert care is on hand 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

 

New homes coming soon

Our ongoing development programme means we have exciting new homes opening all the time. Each one provides nursing, residential and dementia care and includes state of the art services designed to give residents the best quality of life possible. The following are just a few of our new homes that are in varying stages of development.

Invicta Court, Weavering, Maidstone

Our new home, Invicta Court will be welcoming new residents when it opens in April 2020. Our highly trained professionals will deliver permanent and short-term nursing and residential care, as well as dementia care and end of life care for up to 75 older people. We will also offer step-down care, to help your loved one get back on their feer after a spell in hospital and before returning home. Every aspect of your loved one's time at the home will be tailored to their individual preferences, needs and wishes. Our team will work with you and your loved one to find out all they can about their life and goals for the future. The home will also offer beautiful landscaped gardens for our residents to enjoy, a cinema, hair salon and coffee shop, with a range of speciality teas, coffees and fresh cakes.

Oakfield Croft, Sale

Opening in March 2020, our new 60 bed home in Sale will offer the very latest in quality care for older people, including residential and short term respite care, nursing care, and specialist care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Oakfield Croft will be located on Washway Road, the A56, which runs from Chester into Manchester. The home is close to the heart of Sale, with its shops, theatre, galleries and green spaces, and only a few minutes from junction 7 of the M60. The home will be divided into smaller suites – collections of bedrooms with a dining room, lounge and quiet sitting areas. This design helps to maintain a quieter atmosphere which helps residents to feel more secure – after all, if they are looking for hustle and bustle, they only need to head downstairs to the coffee shop. There will be an onsite cinema and hair salon too.

Lonsdale Mews, Quorn

Our Quorn care home, Lonsdale Mews, will open in October 2020. Ideally located a minute from the A6, between Loughborough and Leicester, the home will be easily accessible for visiting friends and family, as well as there being lots to explore in the surrounding area for residents on our regular outings. We see the move into a care home as just another part of life, and our team will support your loved one to continue to play a part in the local community, as well as take part in their hobbies, interests and generally living a wonderful lifestyle.

Parsons Grange, Shinfield

When Parsons Grange opens its doors in summer 2020, our dedicated care team will provide nursing, residential, dementia and short-term respite care for older people, meaning that as your loved one’s needs change over time, they can continue to be cared for at Parsons Grange, by the people they trust. Every aspect of the home has been designed to support your loved one to enjoy each day to the fullest, with a café, hair and beauty salon, bar and a cinema room. The home will also incorporate the latest dementia design thinking, to support residents to move around the home safely and independently.

 

Suffolk Development Project

Suffolk County Council selected Care UK to help fulfil its vision for older people’s care in the county. As part of this process Care UK invested £60 million in ten new care homes and ten day clubs, bringing much needed additional nursing and specialist dementia care to the Suffolk community.

This three year plan finalised in 2016, with the opening of Glastonbury Court, and replaced Suffolk County Council’s existing homes and wellbeing centres which date mainly from the 1960s and 1970s.

Visit our Suffolk care homes page to learn more and to find out if there is a care home near you.

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