Falkland Grange Care Home

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Monks Lane, Newbury RG14 7RW
New resident enquiries 01635 926977
All other enquiries 01635 926900

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Close to the centre of popular Newbury and a short drive from the M4 motorway, Falkland Grange Care Home is within easy reach of the many amenities the town has to offer, including the lively Newbury Racecourse.

Our brand new care home will open its information suite in the summer of 2019 and will welcome new residents later this year. As with all Porthaven care homes, we will provide 24 hour support for residential, nursing and dementia care in a choice of stylish and spacious accommodation tailored to your individual needs.

Care is what Porthaven does best and every member of staff will be hand-selected for their empathy, professionalism and thorough dedication to the care, comfort and dignity of the residents they will be supporting. They will share the same values as our senior management team, encouraging independence, dignity, privacy and respect.

A Porthaven home is a place to live well and Falkland Grange is no exception.  Every resident will benefit from their own spacious and private bedroom equipped with an en suite wetroom. There will also be adjoining rooms, where couples may choose to live together whilst receiving the care and support they both need. There are plenty of communal areas too which give the home a real sense of community, including a variety of lounges, restaurants, a hair salon and an activities lounge. A private dining room for family celebrations, a café and even a cinema complete the wide range of facilities on offer at our new care home.

Living well at a Porthaven home means you have the choice to live as active a lifestyle as you wish and so boredom is never a consideration. Our award-winning leisure and wellness philosophy focuses on active ageing and so our dedicated leisure and wellness team are on hand seven days a week delivering a programme of interesting and varied events and activities to promote resident wellbeing. Hobby clubs, keep fit classes, weekly trips out in our minibus, and special events such as the annual garden challenge ensure that there is always plenty to do at a Porthaven home.

It would be a pleasure to show you around our home and chat about your needs, or the needs of your loved one. To find out more, please call our home manager, Erik Muller, our client services manager, Sarah Jacka or if you prefer, simply send us a message.

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News & Events at Falkland Grange

Welcome to our Autumn 2019 edition of the Falkland Grange Forum

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New Home Trainer Hailey Joins Falkland Grange

Date posted: 30th October 2019

Welcome to Hailey our new home trainer! Hailey has a key role in ensuring that all members of staff complete their induction and mandatory training. Hailey started her career in care at a small, family-run residential care home in 2007 before becoming a healthcare assistant. Previous to that, she was a training manager and secured […]

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Falkland Grange Welcomes New Home Administrator

Date posted: 8th October 2019

Welcome to Felicity, or Fliss as she prefers to be known, who is our new home administrator. Fliss has worked for a commissioning care home before and says she is looking forward to welcome Falkland Grange’s first resident and seeing our home grow around her. Her extensive career background is in office management, HR, facilities […]

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New Maintenance Technician Joins the Falkland Grange Team

Date posted: 6th September 2019

Welcome to Tim Willoughby who is our new maintenance technician. Tim has worked in maintenance and facilities for more than fifteen years and is very pleased to be part of our growing Falkland Grange team. Tim has lived and worked in Newbury and the surrounding areas for over forty years with his wife Tracey and […]

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