England / North West England / Lancashire / Burnley
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Please note, all new residencies are subject to a health assessment and being able to meet the care needs of the prospective resident.
Burnley, BB11 2AARochcare
Situated in its own beautiful landscape full of woodlands and wildlife nestled in the town of Burnley, is a spacious care home that provides expert residential and dementia care tailored to each individual. With great links to local transport, Bank Hall residents can enjoy the market town of Burnley, home to varied and uniques stores. Bank Hall is a short walk to the nearby Thompson Park with beautiful views surrounded by Italian gardens and lake. Their jam-packed thriving activity programme, ensures there is something for everyone, including Art and crafts, baking, massage, sea-side trips, movie and theatre nights and so much more.
Weekly care home costs from £950 weekly
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In Burnley, you’ll have a variety of popular amenities at your fingertips suitable for people of all ages, as well as being near some stunning scenery, including the Forest of Bowland. Burnley also contains some of the best-rated care homes in North West England.
Our care homes in Burnley are packed with a variety of amazing facilities. These vary, but could include communal and private dining areas, cafés, activity rooms and even cinema rooms. You’ll also find idyllic gardens which often incorporate a sensory garden into their design - usually within a specialist dementia care home or Alzheimer’s care home.
Burnley is located in the county of Lancashire and is near the towns of Blackburn and Nelson, along with Rochdale and Bolton in Greater Manchester. You and your family certainly won’t be short of care options in this area.
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The historically significant Towneley Hall allows you to learn about the aristocratic family who previously lived there. With level paths and disabled parking, Towneley Hall is fully accessible for older adults.
Did you know Burnley once played a major role in the textile industry? This museum explores that very history through a variety of fascinating exhibits. There are a number of areas for resting throughout the museum as well.
Not ready for a care home yet? Retirement living offers retirees an alternative housing option, where individuals can continue to live independently, but in a convenient and low-maintenance home-from-home environment. Explore these different retirement housing options, which offer varying levels of facilities, domestic support, and on-demand care services.