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 activities at Thirlestaine Park.
For the full listing, please click here.
Little Apples Nursery Visits
MONDAY 5TH & 19TH AUGUST - 2.00pm
The children from Little Apples Nursery are joining us again for a fun packed August. We will be in the garden with the little ones, planting our very own seeds. Throughout the summer, the residents and children will pair up and have a competition to see who can grow the biggest and best perennial plants from seedlings. Introducing some friendly competition will be a lovely way for the children and residents to bond, and they can see their plants growing and talk about the progress. Just before Christmas, we will have a prize giving and judge which pair has grown the best plant.
Talk on Myanmar (Formerly Burma)
Wednesday 14th August 2019 - 6.30pm
Dr Peter Covey-Crump will join us again for an evening of pictures and fascinating stories about his travels to Burma. Dr Covey-Crump is a very interesting and well-travelled gentleman and he prepares a fantastic slideshow and is highly knowledgeable on the history of different countries. Peter will be joining the residents for dinner beforehand and relatives and friends are most welcome to attend the talk too.
Wednesday 21st August 2019 - 2.00pm
The purpose of ‘Mini Concerts’ is to provide the residents of care and nursing homes with a special hour of entertainment. An experience that crosses generations and engages residents through a mutual love of music with the young people performing for them. The majority of their performers are currently training at top UK theatre schools and these singers delight in sharing their love of music at every opportunity. With set lists that include music from the 40’s through to the 70’s, taken from the catalogues of classic artists such as Elvis, Sinatra, Vera Lynn, Tina Turner, Dolly Parton, Tony Bennett, to name but a few, there really is something for everybody.
Alison Martin, Harpist
Saturday 24th August 2019 - 2.00pm
Alison has been principal harpist with the English National Opera since 1984 and is the daughter of one of our residents, Betty! She also plays with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and has been guest principal of Sydney Opera House. Having trained initially as a piano accompanist, she enjoys ensemble work and accompanying choirs – Alison has had many of her arrangements published, from folk songs to Mozart and Bach. We are very much looking forward to her visit!
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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