Hampshire care homes get ready to celebrate Care Home Open Day


Hartford Care’s Hampshire Care Homes will be celebrating Care Home Open Day on Saturday 21st April 2018 with the theme ‘connecting communities’. The exciting day of activities will allow us to open our doors to the Hampshire area to ensure care homes are considered to be an active part of the community.







Here is a sample of the activities taking place at our 14 Care Homes including:


Bethel House

28 Beach Avenue, Barton on Sea, Hampshire, BH25 7EJ.

Bethel House care home in Hampshire is a delightful character residence with a cosy, homely atmosphere.

2-4pmA royal themed afternoon tea party will be held with ‘Dr Balloon Man’ making tiaras for our guests
Hartford Court

Hartford Court, Portsmouth, PO3 6GN.

Hartford Court opened in June 2016 and is a state of the art 60 bed care home that offers residential and dementia care with truly exceptional facilities

From 11am, join us for live cooking and baking demonstrations in the ‘Polka Dot’ kitchen plus music from the 1940s.
Get ready to be captured on our red carpet photo booth and browse the memory collection and displays.
Burnham Lodge

Burnham Lodge Nursing Home, Parliament Lane, Burnham, Slough, SL1 8NU

Our Care Home Burnham Lodge is housed in a magnificent building dating from about 1900, nestled in the countryside on the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire borders. 



Diversity Day will include Indian dancing, local community choir ‘Pop Go the Choir’ with Indian, Somalian and Ghanaian food served.

West Cliff Hall

West Street, Hythe, Hythe, Southampton, Hampshire, SO45 6AA.

Located on the outskirts of Hythe, West Cliff Hall was once a hotel and is a beautiful and majestic purpose-built care home, overlooking the Hythe Marina and Southampton Water.



A miniature farm and hog roast will greet visitors.  As a part of the specialist Dementia Care available, a nostalgia room will be filled with items from the decades.

Newlands House

50 Newland, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 3JG


Originally home to three generations of blanket industrialists, the prominent Early family, Newland House has been thoughtfully

re-designed, incorporating all of its original features.


From 11am

Join the team for a Madhatters Tea party with food, refreshments, photo booth and fancy dress


Under the leadership of husband and wife duo, Sean and Jo Gavin, the care homes are governed by the three core principles of Hartford Care; “Care, Comfort and Companionship”.


Each of the care homes is led by an experienced Home Manager and a team of nursing, care and support staff that represent the warm, respectful and empathetic approach of Hartford Care.


We firmly believe that each and every one of our residents has an absolute right to choose the way they live their lives.  Whatever their preferences, we do all we can to support our residents by providing them with the best possible environment in which to enjoy them.


Our residents enjoy welcoming visitors in to the home, so it is a great opportunity for everyone to visit, share in the experiences and absorb the great atmosphere that the care home generates.


CEO of Hartford Care Sean Gavin says: I am proud to have Hartford Care involved in Care Home Open Day because it allows us to extend a warm welcome to our communities. I think it is important for the care home to be a key element in the community and this day allows us to bring people together from local areas and our care homes.  I’m sure it will be an enjoyable day for staff too who always enjoy the fun, games and entertainment on the day.


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