Grange Court residential home

Grange Court residential home provides 24 hour residential care for 30 ladies and gentlemen for both long and short stays. Our aim is to provide care that allows our residents to lead an enjoyable life with maximum independence and dignity in safe and comfortable surroundings.

We do this by providing the appropriate level of care and support for each person's individual needs. We believe that tailored care matched with a happy, homely environment encourages a happy, healthy life.



Discover Grange Court

Take a look around Grange Court and meet some of our residents. Grange Court offers 24 hour residential care for ladies and gentlemen.

Inside, you'll see we have a number of communal rooms, including 3 lounges and 2 dining rooms. One of our communal lounges even has a bar with a selection of fine wines and beer available. These rooms are for relaxing and for social activities.

Further information


Prior to admission, everyone is assessed by the Staff Manager or their nominated deputy, to ensure we can meet personal and social care needs. Nurses will holistically assess all clients on admission and an individual care plan will be formulated with the client and/or their family. This care plan will be based on historical, current and future needs and expectations, and will follow a process of continual review and evaluation.

An annual review in the form of a written report collated from the home's records, staff information, outside agencies e.g. GP, specialist nurses and input from the client, their family and/or friends will be arranged and undertaken.


Inside the home, we have a number of communal rooms; we have 3 lounges (one complete with bar with a selection of fine wines and beers available) and 2 beautifully decorated dining rooms. These rooms are for relaxing, and for social activities.

All of our rooms are single and most are with en-suite. We also have several luxury suites available at Grange Court, which are complete with dressing areas, sitting areas, designer wallpaper and all individually designed. All rooms are the personal and private accommodation of the person living in that room.

Residents are encouraged to bring their own personal belongings and furnishings to personalise their room. Every room has a nurse call system. Private phone lines are available by arrangement. Outside, we have parking and a garden with seating to the side of the home and a secure open-air courtyard to the rear of the main building.


Residents are offered a menu with a choice of home cooked meals using seasonal fresh produce. We are able to cater for residents with special dietary needs. Drinks and home baked cakes and biscuits are always available. We welcome any suggestions people may have for the menu.

Memory box

We aim to make Grange Court a home from home for our residents and we know that the little touches matter.


Social and recreational activities are organised for those wishing to participate, family & friends are welcome to join in. Outings are arranged for those clients wishing to do so. Visits out with family and friends are encouraged and supported.

Our group activities normally include: Visiting representatives from local churches; Bingo; Reminiscing - a trip down memory lane; Videos; Music; Exercising - to music in a chair; Entertainers; TV; Radio; Dominoes; Organist.

Our individual activities include: knitting, crochet, sewing, reading material and other crafts. Weather permitting, these activities can also take place outside in our beautiful gardens or courtyard. We usually organise something for those special occasions. For example, we recently celebrated VE Day and held a party in the grounds for residents and their family and friends!


Family and friends may visit whenever the resident wishes. They can visit residents in the lounge or in the privacy of their room. In general we have no set visitors times.



Belinda Cook

Belinda is our longest serving member of staff at Holden Grange. She started working for the organisation in 1990 at Holden Grange nursing home which is now Holden Grange retirement complex. Belinda has always been dedicated to Holden Grange and became a senior member of staff when Hillbro first opened in 1992. She came to Grange Court shortly after it opened in 1998. She became the registered manager in May 1999 and still holds this post today.

Belinda has given her life to Grange Court and her attention to detail runs through the home. Belinda has a passion for end of life care and helped us become one of the first homes in our area become accredited with the Gold Standard Framework.

Outside work Belinda holds very high family values and is always travelling around the country to see them.