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Church Farm at Field House: Welbeck House and Newstead House

Our aim at Church Farm Care is to create environments that look and feel like ‘home.’ We achieve this with individual households with living and dining all situated close by. People share their lives with a family of people living and working together.

Field House has undergone an extensive refurbishment program in the last year and we are extremely pleased with the new look and improved environment for everyone living and working here. 

At Field House there are two main houses within the home. Welbeck House and Newstead House

Welbeck at Field House in Radcliffe on Trent is home for people who need a low level of support in a ‘residential’ care setting. Many people come to live with us to combat loneliness by becoming part of a caring family. People tell us that they feel safer with 24 hour support and ultimate peace of mind day and night.

People who live at Welbeck are not leaving family and friends behind because their loved ones are encouraged to become very involved members of the Welbeck community and we look forward to these times again in the near future. 

At the heart of our home is a team of dedicated staff. A resident living with us said “I’m never lonely and feel part of a new family. I have a better quality of life here.”

Our family keep busy with daily meaningful activity that supports them to continue to do the things that they love. People also find new hobbies alongside new friends that are fun and surprising. 

Our aim is to provide a positive experience for people living here, their family members and friends by meeting individual needs and preferences, whether that is a walk into the village, crafts and baking or singing and dancing.

Living in Welbeck helps to have a smooth transition to Newstead when the time is right. Newstead is the household where people who need support from our nursing team live and is situated in the same building.

Each house has a lounge and dining area for the ‘family’ to share. People’s own bedrooms provide private space personal to them, enhanced with their own belongings and creating a feeling of familiarity and safety that is truly their own. Forty four rooms have en-suite facilities to support people's independence and dignity. 

An enclosed courtyard in the centre of the home is enjoyed by many experiencing the outdoors. There is a modern hairdressing salon which opens weekly and a visit here is viewed as an enjoyable activity with a cup of tea and a friendly chat.