Life at Birch Park

The dignity, happiness and well-being of our residents is paramount. There are no rigid routines, people have just the same choice and control over their lives that they had before coming to live with us.


Our residents spend their days just how they choose – they decide what time they get up and go to bed, what they wear, what food they eat and any social activities they want to take part in.



Good Food:

Freshly cooked, tasty food with plenty of choice is one of our specialities. As we get older, good food becomes increasingly important so our in-house chef makes sure our meals are tempting, healthy and nutritious, and that we cater for speciality or medically advised diets. And there is always someone on hand to offer assistance to those who need it.

We often incorporate family recipes or particular favourites into our menus. There’s nothing like a pan of corned beef hash or a plate of eggy bread served up to bring back good memories or tempt someone’s appetite.

A typical day’s menu might be:


A choice of cereals or porridge, full cooked breakfast, toast and preserves

Roast beef with home made horseradish sauce,
Yorkshire puddings, roast or mashed potatoes, red cabbage and Brussel sprouts
Followed by a raspberry, cream and meringue dessert

Chicken soup with warm bread rolls
assorted sandwiches
vol-au-vents with prawn mayonnaise
pork pies
a variety of savouries

Snacks and drinks are available between meals for anyone feeling peckish, either in the resident’s own room or in the cafe or bar.


Each of our care homes has a dedicated activities co-ordinator who works with a team made up of residents, families and staff to provide stimulating, enjoyable activities throughout the year.

Free ‘Transfer with Ease Package’
We welcome people who want to transfer from other care homes.
and we make the process free of charge, and simple.
Transfer with Ease Package