Awards & Accreditations
Church Farm at Cotgrave has been recognised as a Dementia Care Matters 'Butterfly Household Home' for the the past 8 years and holds the Dementia Quality Mark with Nottinghamshire County Council with a rating of Band Five. The home were winners of the National Great British Care Home Awards 2011 and winners of the Great British Care Home Awards, East Midlands 2010.
Church Farm at Skylarks is rated a Band Five home by Nottinghamshire County Council; the highest rating that can be achieved on the quality of care and service used by the Council and also holds the Dementia Quality Mark with Nottinghamshire County Council.
Church Farm at Field House is rated a Band Five home by Nottinghamshire County Council; the highest rating that can be achieved on the quality of care and service criteria used by the Council.
The home was shortlisted for 2 awards in the Nottingham Post Awards 2017 with Sue Devine a nurse at the home awarded the winner for the best Palliative Carer. The other nomination was for the Care Home of the year 2017.
In October 2017 Field House was shortlisted for a Caring UK award in the category – Innovation in Care. The innovation, started by John Spollin, Home Manager writing about positive experiences of people living in the home. John felt compelled to do this for himself and the staff to help remind them every day about how well people can live in care; even how people can recover themselves and their well-being from previous difficulties before they lived with us. John feels that they are providing a positive balance for himself and the team with the amount of paperwork and checklists that must be completed daily. They remind us in a creative way why we do the job that we do in what can be described as an increasingly difficult sector.