West Park Drive Macclesfield SK10 3GR

New resident enquiries: 01625 506 140
All other enquiries: 01625 506 134

Conveniently located adjacent to Macclesfield District General Hospital where Prestbury Road meets Cumberland Street, our new care home enjoys a mature setting only minutes away from Macclesfield town centre.

Prestbury House is set amidst the major redevelopment of the old part of the hospital site, ideally placed to serve the elderly residential, nursing and dementia care needs of the local community.

Specialist-designed and purpose-built in a contemporary style, the home offers three floors of generous accommodation. Spacious bedrooms and plenty of day rooms are keynotes of the home’s design, which focus on offering a comfortable, active lifestyle for residents.

To arrange a visit, please either call our home manager, Sue O’Hara, or simply complete our contact form.

Note to Satellite Navigation Users: Please do not use the postcode as some Sat. Navs. do not yet recognise it. Instead head for the junction of Cumberland Street and Prestbury Road.

news at Prestbury House

Spring Events & Activities – Join Us

To follow are a selection of upcoming activities over April. For our full listing, please download our Prestbury House April Activities Menu to view the many and varied events taking place over the coming weeks.

Wednesday 9th April, 11.00am. Sing Along. Sing-along and a dance with the fabulous Razzle Dazzle. All are welcome!

Tuesday 15th April, 11.00am. Name That Tune. Alison Moss will be joining us for the popular Name That Tune. A musical reminiscence session which promises to be uplifting and fun! Coffee and Cake will be served throughout.

Thursday 17th April, 11.00am. Reminiscence Show. Come along to our special Reminiscence Irish Show by Mary Deville.

Saturday 19th April, 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Fair. Easter Bonanza Fair. Children’s stalls, Easter egg hunt, and music from Barry Mansfield. All are welcome!

Contact us today on 01625 506 134 to find out more about our upcoming events and activities taking place in our home during April.

Colour in the Home with Farrow & Ball

On Friday 14th March, 2014 Prestbury House Care Home played host to an inspirational talk on how to transform your home, given by International Colour Consultant, Joa Studholme.

The day comprised of an informative talk with Joa in the morning, followed by a helpful question and answer session and a delicious lunch after-wards.

Why not find out today more about our forthcoming informative and interesting events and activities coming up over the coming weeks and months. Call us on 01625 506 134 for more.


On Thursday 14th November, Katie Rushworth from ITV’s ‘Love Your Garden’, came to Prestbury House to spend a wonderful morning with our residents and guests for an informative talk on the different approaches you can use when designing a new border, and what to plant to create different moods and styles of planting.

The morning comprised of a welcome reception, followed by an informative talk by Katie Rushworth and delicious light lunch.

Why not contact us to find out more about our planned events and activities over the festive season and winter months. We look forward to hearing from you.

GB Paralympic Basketball Star inspires audience at Prestbury House

Prestbury House Care home was delighted to welcome Laurie Williams, star of the GB Paralympic basketball team to talk about her Paralympic 2012 experience.

Known as “The Whippet” by her team members, for her speed and agility on court, 20-year Laurie gave a truly inspirational talk about her courageous journey to perform in the 2012 Games.

Wheelchair-bound since she was 18 months old (as a result of a severe viral-infection), Laurie grew to become a highly competitive person, taking part in junior events for disabled athletes, when aged 16 she was spotted at Sale Harriers and offered a try-out for the GB Paralympic Basketball. She was duly selected and gained valuable experience competing in such places as Turkey and the USA for Team GB.

As a Paralympic athlete, Laurie’s training schedule was tough, with emphasis on weights, physiotherapy and skills practice, leading to competitive trips to the USA  and Holland prior to the London Games.

Incredibly, she now begins to focus her attention on preparing towards the 2016 Games in Rio, though government funding is still not assured for our team to compete.

Residents and guests of Prestbury House Care Home enjoyed the event thoroughly.

“It has been an absolute pleasure to welcome such a star in all senses of the word. I’m sure we all felt uplifted and also a little humbled by Laurie’s courage to overcome adversity and her positivity and determination to succeed”, commented Trudy Nazer the acting General Manager of Prestbury House. “The need to focus on one’s abilities rather than what one cannot do is an enduring message for us all.”