Hinstock Manor Care Home, Shropshire

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Welcome to Hinstock Manor Care Home

Initially, the Residential Care Home was based within Hinstock Manor, a classic Georgian Manor House with original features – offering residents a cosy, home-from-home setting. In 2014 Hinstock Manor added a contemporary style wing with bright, light and spacious rooms was added with a more modern and contemporary feel.  This new wing also includes two beautiful one bedroom apartments – to assist in a more independent life, each has a kitchen, bedroom, living room and wet room.  Rooms throughout the Residential Care Home are named after local villages – Lockley (downstairs in the original building), Goldstone (upstairs in the original building), Mill Green (downstairs in the contemporary wing) and Ercall (upstairs in the contemporary wing).

Springcare are delighted to announce that Diana Wall will be the new Home Manager at Hinstock Manor in June.

Diana is an experienced manager and a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN), with a wealth of experience. Diana, supported by the Operations Team, will be working closely with residents and staff whilst she settles in to her new role.

Hinstock Manor can accommodate up to 51 residents in forty-eight rooms and two one bedroom apartments. 35 of these rooms are en suite.

Hinstock Manor is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 and is fully compliant to provide accommodation for persons who require personal care, including those with dementia.  The CQC are the regulatory body whose responsibility is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards.


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Hinstock Newsletter – November 2020

The latest edition of the Hinstock Manor newsletter is now ready to download here. Always a great read, take a look today to find out all that’s going on at this care home.

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Dunelm launch Christmas campaign to spread joy in the community

This year, Dunelm have launched a community Christmas tree. The idea is that gifts will be sent to local people in care homes helping to make their Christmas a bit brighter during these challenging times. Newton Hall in Frodsham have embraced this campaign and entered their residents, by writing initials only and interests on to a tag. The tags will then be…

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