Thirlestaine Park

Cheltenham

Humphris Place, Off Sandford Rd, Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire GL53 7GA
(Sat Navs GL53 7AW)
New resident enquiries 01242 505 644
All other enquiries 01242 505 560

Located in the desirable Montpellier district of the historic spa town of Cheltenham, Thirlestaine Park Care Home enjoys a perfect location, overlooking the majestic landscaped grounds of the Grade II listed Thirlestaine Hall, adjoining sports fields and parkland, and with far reaching views of the Cotswolds. With the convenience of a central town location, and immediately adjacent to the Cedar Court retirement development by Beechcroft, Thirlestaine Park Care Home offers a peaceful and tranquil setting for its residents. Thirlestaine Park is also a short distance away from Winchcombe and Broadway.

Opened in 2014, Thirlestaine Park provides 24 hour residential, nursing, dementia and respite care for the elderly in an elegant and spacious home incorporating numerous thoughtful and practical features which ensure Thirlestaine Park is able to meet the changing needs of its residents.

Our expertly trained and professional staff are dedicated to the care, comfort and dignity of all our residents, with special emphasis given to promoting independence, privacy, respect and wellbeing.

All residents benefit from living in a caring environment with generously appointed private bedrooms with en suite wetrooms, and plentiful communal living areas including sitting rooms, restaurants, a hairdressing salon, leisure and wellness room and private dining room for special family occasions.

In keeping with our unique and award winning leisure and wellness philosophy, our residents also benefit from our private and secure landscaped gardens for peaceful relaxation, gardening and if the weather permits, gentle exercising.

All of us at Thirlestaine Park are confident we are one of the leading care homes in Gloucestershire. We would be delighted to show you our home, and should you decide to visit us, you will see the difference Thirlestaine Park makes to the lives of our residents and families.

To arrange a visit, please call our home manager, Kim Mulford, client services manager, Sarah Jacka, or if you prefer, simply send us a message.

If you are planning to visit the home, and using a ‘Sat. Nav.’ for directions, the most accurate postcode for guidance is GL53 7AW.

Activities - Join us!

Below are a selection of upcoming and past activities at Thirlestaine Park. For the full listing, please click here.

Ladies Club

EVERY TUESDAY - 11:00am

On Tuesday mornings our leisure and wellness coordinator, Alice, will be running a Ladies Club – this will include nail painting, makeup, catching up on the news, flower arranging and much more. Open to all ladies throughout the home as well as to any relatives or friends who may want to attend. Tea, coffee and cake will be available during the session as well.

Little Apples Nursery Visit

Monday 24th June 2019 - 2:15pm

Our young friends from Little Apples Nursery are paying us another visit, this time be taught well-known nursery rhymes by our residents such as, ‘Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush’, ‘The Hokey-Cokey’, ‘Ringa-Ring-a-Roses’, ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence’ and many more. We will also play some fun games like, ‘What’sthe Time, Mr Wolf’ and ‘Simon Says’. We look forward to seeing the children and their teachers again!

G Fitness with Becky

EVERY TUESDAY - 3:30pm

Our regular exercise sessions with Becky kicked off back in May and our residents just love her visits! She is so enthusiastic and really encourages all the residents to get involved, no matter their ability. In her short time at Thirlestaine Park, Becky has taken the time to get to know the residents and really focus on their individual needs. We are all looking forward to future sessions!

Art Class with Katherine

EVERY THURSDAY - 3:00pm

Our very talented art teacher, Katherine, joins us on a weekly basis and provides one of our most engaging sessions. Last year, Katherine played a major role in our art exhibition at the Wilson Art Gallery where we had the mayor of Cheltenham and local MP Alex Chalk in attendance. This year, we are planning on doing an in-home exhibition to exhibit all the recent artwork our residents have created. Next time you’re passing, why not pop in and see the amazing art our residents are producing.

All this is happening as well as our regular groups. Contact us today on 01242 505 560 to find out more about these upcoming events and activities or why not suggest an activity yourself!

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News & Events at Thirlestaine Park

Welcome to our Spring 2019 edition of the Thirlestaine Park Times

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Hollywood Photoshoot Evokes the Golden Age at Thirlestaine Park

Date posted: 28th May 2019

On Monday 6thMay, we held a Hollywood style photoshoot for our residents as part of our NAPA Year of the Arts Challenge 2019. Our hairdresser Marie came in to style all of the ladies’ hair and our leisure and wellness coordinator Alice did our ladies’ makeup. After the ladies were glammed up, they were taken […]

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Launch of G Fitness

Date posted: 29th April 2019

Last month we welcomed Becky from G Fitness into the home to run group seated exercise classes for our residents. Becky was based on the first floor and my goodness, she made an impression on our residents! There was laughter and enthusiasm throughout the whole session, everyone just loved it. Becky came armed with a […]

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Embroidery Class with Jill

Date posted: 2nd April 2019

We had a lovely first session with Jill at the beginning of March. The ladies who attended are very keen on needlework and some of them had not done it in a very long time. One lady said that she used to make clothes for herself and her children – even their coats! During this […]

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