Upton Mill Care Home

Tetbury

Mercer Way, Off Quercus Road, Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8FH
New resident enquiries 01666 336624
All other enquiries 01666 336600

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Upton Mill Care Home is perfectly situated in the beautiful Cotswold town of Tetbury, a short distance from the bustling high street at the heart of the community and within close reach of the M4 and M5 motorways. Taking its name from Tetbury Upton’s historic connection to the 16th and 17th century woollen mills industry that the town is famous for, our beautiful new home is a place for our residents to live well.

Home Manager, Matthew Berry, leads a professional and highly competent team, handpicked to ensure the provision of excellent care for each of our residents. Matthew has successfully commissioned previous homes with Porthaven, achieving the overall rating ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission with an ‘Outstanding’ rating for the outcome ‘Responsive’. Matthew was also shortlisted as a finalist in 2018 in the category Care Home Manager of the Year at the National Care Awards.

Upton Mill Care Home is purpose built to provide a spacious and practical environment for residents with a range of differing care requirements, including residential and nursing care, with a dedicated suite for dementia care. Every one of Upton Mill’s private furnished bedrooms has an en suite wetroom, and whilst beautifully decorated, they are also designed with the care of our residents in mind.

The home also benefits from an extensive range of communal spaces, including lounges and dining rooms, as well as a café, cinema, hairdressing salon and a gym. A private dining room is available for family gatherings and special occasions.

Every Porthaven home has a dedicated leisure and wellness team, who are there to provide our residents with a creative and fun range of activities, entertainment, hobbies and outings, 7 days a week. A talented head chef and their team ensures residents have a selection of appetising, fresh dishes to choose from every day using only the best locally sourced ingredients and, where applicable, suitable for their individual dietary and nutritional requirements.

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

Activities - Join us!

Below are a selection of upcoming activities at Upton Mill. For the full listing, please click here.

National Cheese Lovers Day

Thursday 20th January 2022 - 3.00pm

To celebrate National Cheese Day and to honour our cheese lovers, our chef will assemble a beautiful array of cheeses from all around the world, accompanied by a complimenting wine.

Burns Night

Tuesday 25th January 2022 - All day

Celebrate Burns Night with us as we host our very own Scottish celebration! There will be a Scottish-themed lunch on offer, and of course it will include haggis! Following lunch, we will have an afternoon reading some of the poetry written by Robert Burns.

Stitch and Social Club

Wednesday 26th January 2022 - 3.00pm

We know our residents love to get together for a chat, so we are hosting a Craft Club! This will be a very sociable event, where our residents can come together, enjoy afternoon tea and complete various arts and crafts activities. For those residents in need of inspiration, there will be large needle point or simple sewing techniques.

Flick Friends

EVERY FRIDAY - 2.30pm

We will be hosting a weekly Film Club in our cinema at Upton Mill. A different film will be chosen by our group every week before beginning a group discussion.

All this is happening as well as our regular groups. Contact us today on 01666 336600 to find out more about these upcoming events and activities or why not suggest an activity yourself!

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Current coronavirus status of Residents at Upton Mill: None

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News & Events at Upton Mill

Welcome to our winter 2021-22 edition of the Upton Mill Mercury

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Christmas tree festival

Date posted: 24th December 2021

At Upton Mill Care Home in Tetbury, we were so pleased to be a part of the Christmas tree festival again this year at St Saviour’s Church in Tetbury.  The festival forms part of the town’s Christmas Celebrations where local businesses and community groups are invited to display a tree in the beautiful setting. There was a wonderful carol service amongst the trees to launch the month long festive celebrations. We are so proud of our town and happy to be a part of the festive tradition.

Annual bonfire picture competition with St Mary’s School

Date posted: 26th November 2021

We were delighted here at Upton Mill Care Home, Tetbury to judge the second annual bonfire picture competition with our friends at St Mary’s School. The wonderful children of St Marys School did not disappoint with an amazing selection of pictures from all ages at the school. The first prize for the competition was a private cinema viewing at Upton Mill along with sweets for the runners up! Yet again, it was a pleasure for us to judge the entries and we look forward to doing it all again next year.

Porthaven Garden Challenge Award Ceremony

Date posted: 25th October 2021

On Thursday 7th October Upton Mill care home attended the Porthaven garden and hospitality award ceremony at one of our sister homes, Chiltern Grange in Stokenchurch. All of our residents worked extremely hard on the assigned challenges this year to try and secure a prize.  We discovered that our efforts were not in vain as […]

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