Keep up-to-date with the latest news from South Downs Care as well as information on events and developments at both homes. 

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APRIL 30 2024

Fun in the Sun

Making the most of the sunny weather with a spot of gardening!

APRIL 27 2024


Another special birthday this week, happy 90th celebrated with a delicious afternoon tea with family

APRIL 22 2024

Happy 90th Birthday Maureen!

Happy 90th Birthday 

Celebrated with family and a lovely afternoon tea 

APRIL 19 2024

Out and About

Out and about at Keydell Nursery Horndean and of course stopping for a spot of tea

APRIL 18 2024

Sunshine and Good Times

Making the most of some nice weather in the garden

APRIL 17 2024

Birthday Twins!

We'd like to wish both of these people an wonderful birthday today! Have a happy happy birthday


Christmas Movie

Residents welcomed staff and their little humans to enjoy a Christmas movie together in their lounge. We enjoyed Santa Clause the Movie wearing Christmas PJ's, with popcorn and of course Hot Chocolate and Marshmallows. 


Christmas Tree o Christmas Tree

Christmas decorations going up. It's starting to feel a little festive. 



Dot's Swim for Dementia

We try to help residents to continue with existing hobbies and to try new experiences. So, when Dot said she wanted to go swimming again we were only to happy to support her. 

Dot is 83 years old and is a fantastic swimmer, often clocking up between 20-26 lengths a session. When Dot saw the swim for Dementia campaign advertised by the Alzheimer's society she was keen to get involved.

With the help of her swimming buddy Alison Dot is taking on the challenge to swim 5 miles to raise money and awareness for the charity. Thats a whooping 322 lengths!

We have helped Dot to set up a just giving page to collect her donations. If you would like to support Dot please follow this link -  Dot's Swim


OCTOBER 31 2023

Inter-generational Group

Thank you to Stepping Stones Playgroup for visiting us today. We love the joy and fun the children bring to the home. There were some very spooky costumes and lots of games to play together. 

JUNE 3 2023

Staff & Resident Socials

Today was Doughnut Day. Everybody loves a treat, we took this opportunity to welcome residents, staff and families to a Doughnut Day Social. The doughnuts went down a treat with our little visitors. 

For more photos of our Doughnut Day visit our Facebook page - South Downs Care

JUNE 2 2023

Belly Dancing!

We have a lot of dancers at South Downs Care, some pros in Foxtrot, Waltz and even the Jive, one or two have even won competitions in their younger years. But none of us have ever tried belly dancing! well you're never too old to try something new, so we did. 

Residents and staff put on the coin skirts and tried their hand, or rather their bellies, at some belly dancing. It's not as easy as it looks, but we gave it a go, and had a lot of laughter trying. 

Maria gave us a master class in belly rolling, and some of us had a go at playing some belly dancing music with the drum. Although we couldn't master the art of belly rolling, we did manage to shake our hips and make some music with the coin skirts. 

It was great fun - check out our facebook page to see a video of our efforts-  South Downs Care take on Belly Dancing.

MAY 31 2023

Garden shopping

We all get involved in all aspects of the home- today's focus was the garden, we went to B&Q to choose some flowers for gardening club ready for the hanging baskets. 

MAY 25 2023

5* Rating

Well done team on another 5* food hygiene rating at Downs House. 

A huge congratulations on to our catering team and colleagues at Signature Dining raking 11th place in the 30 top places to work in hospitality 2023. 

MAY 19 2023

Soaring heights

Out and about exploring. Today we took to the skies with a trip up the Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth. The tower stands at a whooping 170 meters heigh and -Wow what a view! With floor to ceiling glass all round and a view of 23 miles, we could see right across to Gosport and The Isle of Wight. We had a great view of the harbour and could see all the ships coming in and out of port. With views across the Solent all 3 forts in the sea were visible, Spit Bank Fort, Horse Sand Fort & St Helens Fort. The Views really were incredible. 

As if that wasn't brave enough, we took a leap of faith across The Sky Walk. Taking off our shoes and walking across the glass floor 100 meters above the harbour. To see a video of our trip visit our Facebook Page - South Downs Care Facebook.

MAY 18 2023

Oh you Beautiful, Beautiful Creature

We've heard of the Tiger that came to Tea, but what about the Alpacas that came for coffee!

Well that's what happened this morning at South Downs Care. 

Can you imagine a knock on your bedroom door to open it and see its an Alpaca visiting! Wow what a surprise. definitely not something you see every day. 

What a smile these guys made. Some many residents were surprised to see the Dunreyth Alpacas in their living room! There were lots of smiles, lots of petting and even a good old head to head rub and cuddle - comment of the day -Oh you Beautiful, Beautiful Creature. To see a video of the Alpacas that came for coffee visit our Facebook page - South Downs Care Facebook 

MAY 10 2023

Cuddle Ducks, Donald & Daisy

We have some amazing staff at South Downs Care. Always think of ways to put a smile on the faces of the people in our care. 

Of Course in true fashion, when Ashleigh acquired 2 ducklings at home she didn't waste any time bring them in to meet the team. 

Donald and Daisy were 11 days old on their first visit and have been back several times since. What a treat. 

MAY 6 2023

Long Live the King

We celebrated the Kings coronation with an event that spanned 3 days. 

Getting to know the Royals day, quizzing, remininiscing, there were a lot of memories of street parties and community spirit. and Royal Bingo. 

Live streaming of the corionation followed by a banquet fit for a king. We made our own coronation pudding which was delicious. 

Lastly a street party followed by live music with of course the very popular Jelly and Ice cream. 

Visit our Facebook Page for more photos of our coronation celebrations -South Downs Care Facebook 

APRIL 25 2023

Crazy Critters Visit South Downs Care

We love all kinds of animals at South Downs Care, even the creepy kind, Snails, Scales, Lizards and legs. 

Zoo Lab brought their Crazy Critters to meet us today. See our video on our Facebook page to see how it went - Zoo Lab Visit 

APRIL 14 2023

Easter Parade

As per South Downs Care tradition this years Easter Bonnet Parade went ahead on Friday. There were lots of designs with feathers, eggs and of course little chicks. 

Our winners for 3rd, 2nd and 1st enjoyed a chocolaty treat that was share with all. 

APRIL 7 2023

Feathers at the ready - Pony Pals visit

Pony Pals visited for some animal therapy. We had cuddles with the Guinea Pig Gang and were treated to a race. Our feathery friends took to the floor to see who would win in a food race, no wings allowed!

To see the full video of their visit follow this link to our facebook page where you will find more posts and vidos of what we get upto. - South Downs Care Facebook Pony Pals Visit.

APRIL 6 2023

Sky Park Farm

Have you ever visited Sky Park Farm in Petersfield?

It was a treat to see so many Deer and their Fawn, even better to be able to feed them. It was a special experience and we all had such a lovely day. We are blessed to have so many wonderful things to see and do in our community. The tea was pretty good too!

MARCH 19 2023

Happy Mothers Day

Mothers Day was spent enjoying a poetry afternoon with an Afternoon Tea and a discussion on where the Afternoon Tea/ High Tea originated.

We discovered High Tea is an Australian term and Afternoon Tea is a English term, both are the same thing, a light afternoon meal consisting of sandwiches, cakes and of course tea. Afternoon Tea was introduced in the 1940s by Queen Victoria's lifelong friend, Anna Dutchess of Bedford.

We also discovered putting your pinkie up is impolite, who knew!

You can find out more about Afternoon Tea here.

MARCH 18 2023

Red Nose PJ Day

We spent the afternoon with our favourite Nursery,  our friends from Stepping Stones. The Children, Residents and Staff spent the afternoon playing games, they were split into teams and played various games scoring points and cheering each other on. We had so much fun, we had lost count of the score board and decided everyone was a winner! We finished the afternoon with story time. 

To support Red Nose Day follow this link- Red Nose Day 2023

MARCH 18 2023

St Patrick Day 2023

Any excuse to dress up!

We played a rainbow parachute game and Craft club made some gonk leprechaun's.

Did you know that Gonks originate from Scandinavian folklore and are thought to be their version of Santa Clause. 

MARCH 3 2023

A Trek for Alzheimers

Our wonderful Head of Care Sophie, is taking on the Trek 26 Marathon around London to raise awareness and money for The Alzheimer's Society. The event is on 3rd June and she will be joined by her partner Chris. 

The Alzheimer's Society is a charity really close to our hearts, and we a very proud of Sophie for taking on this challenge to support this charity. Sophie, having worked at Stroud House for 7 years, knows only to well the effects this disease has on individuals and their loved ones. She supports the people at our dementia home Stroud house with their day to day lives, improving their quality of life and supporting their families. 

If you would like to support Sophie and the Alzheimer's Society, you can make a donation to her Just Giving Page by following this link - Sophies Trek

FEBRUARY 22 2023

Annual Pancake Flipping Competition

Our annual Pancake flipping competition got underway with some very strong competitors. 

Pancake flipping rules - 30 seconds to flip one pancake as many times as possible. We are not fussy, if the whole pancake comes off of the pan that counts as a flip. 

Once the group stages we complete, the top scores move into the quarter finals, followed by the semi-finals and then the final. 

The winning flipper won by 2 points with 19 flips in 30 seconds. Although this was not their highest score, in the quarter finals they "flipped" 34 times in 30 seconds!!

FEBRUARY 14 2023

We love you lots!

Valentine's Day celebrated in style with a Dinner and Dance.

Also reminding ourselves what we love this Valentine's Day 

  • Each other 
  • Our Family
  • Our Planet
  • Ourselves 
  • and of course, some Chocolate - this one was quite popular!

JANUARY 24 2023

Happy New Year

Happy New year 

January the month of the come down following the hype of Christmas. Dark mornings, cold weather and broken resolutions. 

January blues - low mood, tiredness, and lack of motivation. What are we going to do to take on the January Blues- Panto of course, oh no you didn't, oh yes we did!

Carousel theatre company visited both homes with their Jack and the Bean Stalk Panto, it was a great pick me up to take on January, it was so good we have already booked them for again next January! 

We also got stuck into some craft, model making, flower arranging and enjoyed a high tea or two.

DECEMBER 11 2022

Christmas Carols with the Salvation Army

Beautiful Carol Service with the Petersfield Salvation Army. We really enjoy their visits. Good old-fashioned carol singing with live music from the very talented brass band.


Christmas visit to Kendell Nurseries winter walk.

Outings are so important, it can be difficult to think of interesting places to visit during the colder months of the year. We really enjoy the Christmas display at Keydell Nurseries in Horndean. The Woodland Walk is full of colour and lights and is very well put together with lots to see. It will definitely get you in the Christmas spirit.  

NOVEMBER 21 2022

Children in Need fundraiser

South Downs Care and Stepping Stones Playgroup put on their wellies and walking boots for an intergenerational Autumn walk around Petersfeild Heath to raise money for BBC Children in Need.

The walk took place at Petersfield Heath today 18th November at 10:30am. We stopped along the way for a word game to see how many words we could find for each letter of PUDSEY. 

The walk was a great success, everybody enjoyed the time together, we received many donations from passers-by into our buckets. We came across some puddles on the way, it was only right that we gave them a little splash. 

On one of our stops the group enjoyed a singalong to some well-known nursery rhymes led by the children.

We finished our walk with a well-deserved cuppa at the Plump Duck cafe.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us and donated. We raised £110.58 for Children in Need. 

NOVEMBER 14 2022

Congratulations Karen

Another memeber of the team progressing through our career pathway. Congratulations Karen on passing your level 2 Certificate in Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health and Social Care.

OCTOBER 24 2022


Congratulations to Abi on achieving her Level 2 Certificate in Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health and Social Care. 

OCTOBER 19 2022


Some of what we have been up to this month,

Getting the bulbs planted and pots re-potted in our gardening club.

Miniature Scarecrow competition- there were some fab entries.

Halloween craft ready for decorating the homes and preparing for our Halloween party next week.

Out and about with trips to the Physic Garden & Rogate Pumkin Patch

We also had our first monthly meet at Winton House Centre


AUGUST 5 2022

Congratulation Chef Andy

Congratulations to chef Andy for earning employee of the month with Signature Dining.

Andy is a fantastic chef and a valued member of the South Downs Care Family, well done Andy

JUNE 10 2022

Planting a Tree for the Queens Jubilee

Today residents at both homes planted a tree for the Queens canopy. The trees are planted in the grounds of the homes and are marked with a plaque commemorating the Queens Platinum Jubilee. 

JUNE 4 2022

The Queens Platinum Jubilee

South Downs Care Jubilee Celebrations 

Congratulations to Her Royal Highness the Queen on 70 magnificent years. Thank you for your life of service and devotion to our great country and the Commonwealth.

We have celebrated with 4 full days of events, what a weekend! from a garden party, Jubilee lunch and afternoon tea fit for the Queen to a harp concert, dancing with Mike and a singalong with Eliza. We have pulled out all the stops to celebrate and it was lovely to see some familiar faces too. 



DECEMBER 19 2021

Christmas volunteer from the North Pole

NOVEMBER 30 2021

Fur & Feathers

FEBRUARY 14 2021

Spreading the love

Spreading the love on Valentine's day with a tiple or two!!

We spent the lead up to valentine's day making decorations, sharing stories of those we love and making biscuits, although the one in the picture was made by our amazing chef.

Did you know valentine's day origins trace as far back as the 6th century B.C. Started by Christians as an effort to replace the pagan fertility festival Lupercalia. 

Also, every year Verona, Italy receives thousands of love letters addressed to Juliet. Letters re answered by the volunteers of the Juliet Club. The most touching letter is awarded "Cara Giulietta"prize. 


Remember, Remember the 5th of November

Remember, Remember the 5th of November, The gunpowder treason and plot. I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason ,should ever be forgot!

The words we all know so well! The poem written to remind us of the plot to blow up the house of lords in 1605. 

We wont remember the events of the day leading to our yearly celebrations, but we will have the memories of our own celebrations. A bonfire, festival, family gathering and of course the bang, wizz, pop of a firework or two. 

As usual we had a small fireworks display in both our homes, which is always popular with residents and staff, sadly this year no visitors. 

There is many a tall tail that comes with yearly events such as this. The feelings, sounds, smells invoke memories as we reminisce of times gone by.

Some stories from this year, a memory of a father baking potatoes in the bonfire, some ended a little black. A dog that was really frightened of the loud bangs, they would sit and cuddle to feel safe. The muddy boots in the kitchen from the husband who set of the fireworks. Even the big fireworks display a family member was involved with organising. 

This years memory for us will be the bright colours of the fireworks through the safety of the window shared with friends and a cup of coco. 

JULY 27 2020


Downs House staff surprised their manager Amanda with a big thank you today. 

The team at Downs House organised the surprise for all her support during the pandemic. She was showered with gifts of chocolate, wine, flowers, homemade cakes and other goodies.

Amanda said she didn't feel she alone deserved a thank you as it has been a team effort and everyone had done a brilliant job.

DECEMBER 17 2018

Elf Day 2018

We teamed up with the Alzheimer's Society for this year's Elf Day campaign. We included this as part of our homes annual Christmas party. Our parties are always extremely popular with residents, families and staff alike. The Alzheimer's Society named December the 7th as Elf day, however ours was on 17th December. Families were welcomed to join us for the day to enjoy some Christmas fun with a Jack and the Bean stalk Panto and some delicious home cooked food. Our staff join in the festivities dressing as Elf's or in Christmas attire. 

We raised £255.20 for the Alzheimer's Society, to find out more about Elf day and how the money could be used click here

This year we even had some of Santa's little helpers join us for 25 days. Elf on the shelf was present at South Downs Care, we also heard about all the mischief  his friends had been causing around Petersfield. They were swinging on the decorations at Stroud House and sliding down the banister at Downs House! Take a look at our Elf on the Shelf photos on our Facebook page here


OCTOBER 5 2018

Bloomin brilliant

Our green fingered gardening club have done it again! After a successful entry in to the Petersfield Town Council competition earlier this year, they didn't think they could top their success. In the earlier competition they combined their wealth of knowledge to create some stunning flower beds and hanging baskets. The judges of the Petersfield in Bloom competition were impressed with the array of flowers and the display of vibrant colours. They awarded Downs House 1st prize in the category for Petersfield Care Home / Nursing Home. Our team of gardeners planned, planted and maintained the flower beds and baskets throughout the summer. Some beds even included some delicious fruits and vegetables, which were harvested and delivered to the kitchen. 

With the bug for gardening growing in interest and the taste for a victory our competitive group wanted more. They continued their success after entering the commemorative category, which took place yesterday at The Festival Hall. They had to decide between making a commemorative flower display for woman's suffrage or WW1. After much discussion they decided upon Woman's Suffrage. 

The competition itself, introduced more activities to our already large and varied list. The activities involved many residents, not just the members of the gardening club. Activities included meetings to discuss ideas and decide on design, what materials were to be used and to make some rough plans to achieve the desired look. The group chose to have two female heads to represent two ladies who had a significant influence in the Woman's Suffrage movement, the founder Emmeline Pankhurst and executive member Christabel Pankhurst. The heads would be wearing hats decorated in flowers in the colours that represented Suffragettes, purple, white and green. They didn't stop there! We had some old news articles from the period that we used to research the Suffragettes, the group included some of the text from the old news articles to cover the heads. The day before the competition our gardening club set upon creating the most amazing, beautiful flower display. The display was outstanding, and the group were again recognised for their efforts as they won the well-deserved 1st prize. Which some of them were delighted to collect in person last night at the awards ceremony.


The competition has given us the opportunity to work with organisations in our community and created several meaningful activities for people in our care. We have really enjoyed taking part and are already looking forward to next year.  


Finally a huge thank you to Petersfield Town Council for a blommin brilliant competition and a lovely evening. 


Fruits of our labour

Our Petersfield in Bloom award winning gardening club at Downs House pulled their carrots out today. They were delighted with how well they had grown. 

JULY 16 2018

Winners of Petersfield in Bloom

Congratulations Downs House Gardening Club 

JUNE 13 2018

Grow your Own

Thats what we are doing - our gardening club are growing all sorts Potatoes, Strawberries, Runner Beans and Herbs to name a few. This is our first little green tomato. 

JUNE 6 2018

Petersfield Heath

We enjoyed a lovely afternoon at the Heath Pond 

JUNE 1 2018

Slithers & Wriggles

Slithers & Wriggles popped in with some friends and not the fury kind!

MAY 23 2018

A breath taking view at the Spinnaker Tower

MAY 19 2018

Celebrating the Royal Wedding in Style!

We had a lovely day celebrating the Royal Wedding. The ceremony was wonderful, the homes were at a stand still, everyone glued to the screen as the happy couple took their vowles. Residents & staff celebrated wearing home made fascinators & holding flags, this was followed by a delightful lunch  and a traditinal cream tea.



MAY 14 2018

There's something in the water!

There's something in the water at Downs House! Today we say goodbye to another member of our amazing care team. The lovely Amy is the third carer to take a break this year to become a Mummy. We celabrated her last day with some goodies and a vist from our friends at Pony Pals


MAY 8 2018

Today's Dessert yum!

Freshly made by our wounderful Chef Lawrence. 

APRIL 2 2018


Today we said goodbye to Ellie one of lovely night staff, shes not leaving us just taking some time to have a baby. 


APRIL 1 2018

Happy Easter

Happy Easter from everyone at South Downs Care 

MARCH 19 2018

We are having a crafty time!

Take a look at what we have been upto 



MARCH 9 2018


Today we said goodbye to Josie one of our lovely carers. Shes not leaving us just taking a break to have a baby. Josie is an amazing carer and she is going to be an amazing Mum.  

FEBRUARY 28 2018

Alpaca's Visit

Dunreyth Alpacas vist South Downs Care 




The sound of drums was echoing throughout Downs House today during an African Drumming lesson with Kim. 

JANUARY 15 2018

Basket Ball

Shooting some hoops with a game of Innie Outie 

DECEMBER 25 2017

Santa Claus Came to Town


Happy Halloween

OCTOBER 27 2017


We were lucky enough to have a pro with us this Halloween.

Christine worked as a make-up artist for a dramatic society, helping the actors and actresses mutate into character with a  bit of imagination and a flick of her brush. 

Christine explained with great enthusiasm how she really enjoyed this part of her life. One show she was particularly fond of was "CATS". 

On hearing this our manager Amanda jumped at the chance to be transformed. 

The transformation took place in the lounge where many residents and staff witnessed Amanda take the form of a feline. 

The atmosphere was magical as Christine got to work with the creams and powders of her trade. 

Residents and staff looked on with anticipation and they were not disappointed with the result. 

OCTOBER 6 2017

Summer Party Puppet Show

After a delicious lunch we were delighted to welcome Carousel Theatre Productions back to our homes today. They put on a very funny puppet show which was enjoyed by all.  



Summer BBQ

" What a terrific party you all laid on for the residents and their families today. It was a really happy event and great to see everyone enjoying themselves. The food was excellent and so was the very professional entertainment enjoyed by every generation!"

" I just wanted to say how much we enjoyed Saturdays summer party. It was lovely to be able to sit out on the new patio in the sun, eating a delicious barbeque lunch with a glass of wine- it felt like a very happy and relaxed occasion."


AUGUST 11 2017

Donkey Love

Donkey Cuddles will always brighten the day and bring a smile.  

JULY 26 2017

Dementia friendly Petersfield

We are delighted to be a part of Dementia friendly Petersfield. Dementia Friends is building the knowledge of our community to help support people living with Dementia. The Alzheimer's Society is spreading 5 key messages -

1- Dementia is not a natural part of aging.

2-Dementia is caused by diseases of the brain.

3- Dementia is not just about losing your memory-it can affect thinking, communication and doing everyday tasks. 

4- It's possible to live well with Dementia.

5- There's more to a person than the dementia. 

click here to find out more about Dementia Friendly Petersfiled or for information, support and advice about Dementia call the National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122.

You can find local services at  


APRIL 5 2017

Stepping Stones Vist for Easter

Stepping Sones Nursery Vist

Stepping Stones Vist for Easter

Stepping Stones Visit for Easter

It was "Eggsellent" to see the children from Stepping Stones Nursery today. Robbie the Magician made us all laugh with his magic show and the residents helped the children on an Easter egg hunt.

FEBRUARY 14 2017

Valentines Day

Valentines Day 2017

Happy Valantines Day 

JANUARY 28 2017

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Cock-a-doodle-doo!2017 is the year of the Rooster. 

We celebrated this week with themed activites including arts and crafts ( see one of our dragons made by some of our residents), chiniese music and movment and readings of Chinese stories and legends to name a few. We finished the week with a Chinese dinner party.  

DECEMBER 30 2016

Charity Christmas Raffle

Well done to all the residents and staff, we raised £165 for Cancer Research UK with our Christmas raffle.  


Christmas Panto - oh no its not!

Dick whittington

Residents at Downs House had a fabulous afternoon recently enjoying a Christmas Panto. Partytime Productions delivered a delightful show of the traditional 'Dick Whittington' story. Much fun was had and everyone said what a lovely time they'd enjoyed. The event has really kicked off the festive season for us all, roll on the next panto afternoon next week which will be 'Let it Snow', again by Partytime Productions. Ho Ho Ho!

MAY 19 2016

Building the future - construction at Downs House

Building the future

The last year has been an exciting one that has largely been focussed on the planning and construction of the new wing at Downs House. This is a fantastic addition to the main house and has been a wonderful opportunity to improve the excellent facilities we already offer to our residents. The building has been designed with our residents needs at the forefront of our minds, ensuring that we continue to offer the highest possible standard of care and maintaining compliance with the Quality Care Commission (CQC).

The new facilities, which are due for completion in Summer 2016, include:

  • 12 new bedrooms, over two floors, all with ensuite wetrooms. Many of the ground floor rooms open out on to new patio areas.
  • A beautiful new dining room and coffee shop for residents and guests to enjoy.
  • New commercial grade kitchen and office administration space.
  • An inspiring new terrace and woodland walk. The garden has been designed to be fully accessible to all residents including wheelchair users, including raised, accessible flower beds to encourage them to take part in outdoor activities.

The biggest challenge has been to carry out the building work with minimal disruption to our residents and we hope that we have managed to achieve this as much as possible. 

We are planning on holding a garden party to celebrate and officially open the new wing, we are hopeful that we may also have a local celebrity come along to do the honours too so watch this space!

APRIL 29 2016

Digital dynamism!

South Downs Care New Responsive Website

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website.

At South Downs Care we are continually striving to ensure that we provide the most up to date and best possible service and care for our residents and their families. This commitment to ongoing improvement drives our planned long term programme of development which, to date, has been rolled out across many areas of our operation including the development of our new website and the construction of the new wing at Downs House.

The new expanded website has been designed to be as accessible, easy to use, attractive and informative as possible for all users. The site includes more information about our homes, our ethos and what we offer and we have endeavoured to offer answers to as many questions as we can.

However, we always value feedback so if you have any comment about the site or would like to see additional information added, perhaps in the form of extra FAQs please do let us know. You can contact us using the contact form on the website or by emailing us here.

We very much hope you like the site and enjoy using it, happy surfing!

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