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We believe that part of the provision of good care is to ensure individuals are assisted to retain a fulfilling lifestyle. At Southfield House our residents are encouraged and supported to continue their hobbies and interests.

In addition, activities are arranged most days and these include armchair exercises; sing-a-longs; card games; quizzes; board games (i.e. scrabble; jigsaws and draughts); dominoes; skittles; boule etc. We also have occasional visits from entertainers and trips are arranged to the local theatres with day trips and afternoons out offered in the summer months. In addition, our recently established art class is proving highly popular and great fun.

Some of our residents like to join in regularly, while others select the activities that particularly appeal to them. We leave it up to the individual to choose.

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» recent news

New Raised Beds Provide
Garden-to-Table Produce

Our policy of sourcing as many ingredients as possible for our wholesome meals from local suppliers has taken on an even closer-to-home dimension in the last year thanks to the creation of new 'raised beds' in our gardens.

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Three Decades Of Care At
Southfield House

Southfield House is celebrating 30 years as a dedicated residential care home. The house was originally transformed from a family home and developed to care for the elderly in 1985 by then owners David and Marita Blackwell. The couple converted and extended the original 90 year old property in 1992 into a purpose-built care home to tend to the needs of 15 residents.

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» testimonials

“Thank you for all your help you have given me in these last few weeks. I am more grateful than I can say. Deepest thanks for everything.”

A present resident.

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» Career Opportunities

A number of our staff have been with us for many years but we do periodically have vacancies, created through natural progression or expansion.

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