Staying active is an essential part of life

Our activities are uniquely designed for mental and physical benefits. We have carefully selected activities which stimulate the mind as well as include movement to keep our residents healthy.

Activities for all interests

Our team of expert activity coordinators have created an activities timetable which is generally designed to benefit everyone. However, our team is constantly changing and adapting to suit our residents and their interests are always at our forefront. Each individual is different and has different interests, that is why our activities team also offers one to one activities so your loved one can enjoy their favourite things.

Research proves keeping active in later life makes for a happier life

Exercise has many proven benefits both mentally and physically especially for those living in a care home. Our activities have been designed to increase health and fitness, as well as helping our residents keep their own independence. Movement has also been proven to benefit sleep, confidence and encourages social interaction which can help combat loneliness in our home.

Some of the activities we offer

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Music and movement

Arts and crafts

Pamper Days


Pamper Days


Frequently asked questions

Can I add my own furniture to the room?

We provide all rooms with a bed, drawers and wardrobe. We encourage you to add as much personalisation as possible in the rooms, if you wish to include your own furniture such as drawers etc. that is no problem, however our beds are designed for the care of your loved one so it is not recommended these are swapped.

What is included in costs?

Your loved ones are supported by us 24 hours a day, your fees cover this care as well as all other living costs including food, laundry, heating, washing and accommodation.

Does the room come with a tv and wifi?

Yes all of our rooms have a tv and wifi is provided throughout the home. We also have communal areas which host tv.

When can I visit my loved one?

We want your loved one to feel as much at home as possible, so we do not have any visiting times, come as you please. We only ask that unless you have plans to eat try not come during meal times as this can result in confusion and upset to routine.

When is the right time for a care home?

We understand deciding when the right time is for a loved one to move into a care home can be a difficult decision. Some signs may include:

  • They need specialist care including nursing and dementia.
  • They are struggling with everyday tasks and may be a detriment to themselves and others.
  • They may be struggling with everyday loneliness.
  • They are struggling to maintain good hygiene and diet without support.
Will you be able to support my loved one if needs change?

If your loved one comes into our home on a residential basis and ends up needing additional support whether that be nursing or dementia, we are here to do that.

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