Bricklehampton Hall is an elegant and spacious building with three large reception rooms overlooking the grounds and Bredon Hill. In addition there are two lovely conservatories overlooking the beautiful gardens. There is wheelchair access to all areas of the home and into the gardens.

The nursing home has a range of modern equipment including therapy baths and lifting aids. We have a hairdressing salon with a qualified hairdresser. All bedrooms are equipped with telephones and televisions with Freeview. Some rooms are equipped for Sky subject to taking out a subscription.

Residents can enjoy their meals either in the relaxed setting of the dining rooms or one of the conservatories with their chosen companions, or in the privacy of their room. The menus are varied and cater for all needs and types of diet.

Meat, vegetables and fruit are delivered to us on a daily basis, thus ensuring that our meals include a variety of fresh items, all of first class quality.

At breakfast, the menu is wide-ranging and includes fruit juice, various cereals, corn flakes, bran flakes, All Bran, etc. Other dishes include porridge or fruit, e.g. grapefruit, prunes or bananas.

The range of cooked breakfasts extends from poached egg on toast or grilled bacon and toast through to a full cooked breakfast, comprising grilled tomatoes, grilled bacon, eggs and toast or bread.

Lunch forms the main meal of the day, with a starter, e.g.. melon or Florida cocktail, a choice of two main courses and a sweet of the day. Ice cream, jelly, fruit salad and a cheese board are also served. If a resident does not want to have a dish that is on the menu, our chef will be pleased to prepare an alternative.

Coffee and biscuits are offered to residents at midmorning and tea and home made cake during the afternoon If a resident feels ‘peckish’ between meals or during the night, sandwiches, cake, biscuits and fruit are available.

We arrange a number of events at the nursing home for our residents. These range from themed lunches for special days such as St George’s Day or Ascot, to strawberry teas for Wimbledon etc. We also host a number of garden parties and the church fete and organise musical events and poetry reading.

We now have the ability to show films and have created a cinema experience.

Visitors are welcome at all times and residents are encouraged to take tea or coffee with their family and friends, either in the home or in the beautiful gardens.

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