Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: Yes. The home has wheelchair access and specially adapted rooms and WC’s for resident’s using wheelchairs. A number of our residents are confined to wheelchairs but are able to enjoy facilities in the home.

Answer: No restrictions. Take us as you find us. Although mornings are our busiest time.

Answer: No. However specially reduced rates have been negotiated to the use of a self-contained cottage 200 yards from the Priory.

Answer: Yes. There is a local church in the village 400 yards from the Priory, however, services are regularly held in the home.

Answer: Yes. Upon coming to the Priory you will be asked if you require a regular daily newspaper.

Answer: Yes. There is a small sun lounge used for guests who wish to have lunch with a resident. There is no charge for this.

Answer: Contact a member of staff immediately who will listen to your concerns and try to help you. The cause of your unhappiness will be discussed at our regular staff meetings and any problems will be resolved.

Answer: Yes. You will be encouraged to take part in activities. Your preference will be noted by the activities coordinator.

Answer: Yes. There are no restriction whatsoever.

Answer: Yes. You are entitled to a weekly allowance to save and spend as you wish. Each room has a small secured cash box for your use.