Why Ashcroft

If you are looking for a care home for yourself, a friend or relative, you will want to know that the decision you have made is the right one.

Ashcroft is a Residential Care Home providing high quality Nursing Care to Older People. Ashcroft was developed in 1993 and has been in the same hands since 2000. During this period it has been significantly upgraded to provide 21 en-suite rooms.

Ashcroft provides 24 hour high standard nursing care in a comfortable, homely, warm, welcoming and comfortable environment by experienced qualified staff.

Ashcroft also enjoys an excellent local reputation and has achieved a Good rating by the Care Quality Commission.

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Recent Activities

posted by: Ashcroft, on 20th September 2013

Over the last two weeks we have been baking again and doing various crafts.  We made mini cupcakes for afternoon tea, and some crafted fruits that are currently displayed in the lounge.  You can see what we have been up to on the gallery page.

Summer Barbeque

posted by: Ashcroft, on 24th August 2013

We had a great day on Sunday afternoon, with our summer BQ and entertainment. I was delighted to see so many friends and family in attendance.

I also got some great feedback about the entertainer Chris Clark who sang a variety of classics for residents and guests.

Once again the was an abundance of food, that was enjoyed my all.  Take a look at our gallery for some pictures of the event.

Trip to Keston Garden Centre

posted by: Ashcroft, on 24th August 2013

On Wednesday 20th a couple of residents and I visited KestonGarden centre, for the morning.  They had a lot of great offers as the summer comes to a close, and we picked up quite a few plants between us.

We also stopped for tea and cake before returning home via our dial a ride bus.


posted by: Ashcroft, on 24th August 2013

This month we baked coconut, cherry, chocolate tray bakes with the residents.  The ingredients and steps were fairly simple so most people were able to join in.  The end products turned out very well, with residents eating them for afternoon tea.