Our home is in the residential suburb of Prestwich in Bury, Greater Manchester next to a picturesque golf course and historic moorland.
Our main building, above, features bright, contemporary communal areas including The Central Cafe – a modern barrista-style coffee shop.
This is a popular eaterie for residents and their visitors, as well as staff and from people from the local community.
The main building has modern hairdressing salon, a smart village shop (opposite), medical suite and light-filled central atrium, leading to our main restaurant – Balcombe Hall .
Excellent, person-centred care
This includes room-service for anyone who prefers to eat in private.
Heathlands Village is rated “excellent” by Bury Local Authority and has been awarded Beacon Status accreditation under the national “Gold Standards Framework” for end-of-life care.
Out of 66 care homes receiving this accreditation in the north West, Heathlands Village is one of just 16 that have achieved “Beacon Status”. This is the highest possible standard. Only one other care home in the whole of Greater Manchester has achieved this level. We are extremely proud of our staff for attaining helping us achieve this!
Our most recent CQC (Care Quality Commission) inspection report is dated 24 March 2016. We were evaluated as “outstanding” for responsiveness to residents’ needs and “good” overall. You can access the report below:
Our home has many exceptional facilities to enable our residents to enjoy a rich, varied quality of life.
- Wide-ranging entertainment programme, activities and outings
- Bright airy activity room
- Volunteer visiting and support
- Jabadao therapy
- Music Therapy
- Varied kosher menu
- Room service
- Shul (Synagogue) Shul Times March to Oct 2016
- Religious chaplain
- Regular film screenings
- Hairdressing salons
- Village shop
- Central Cafe
- Toe-nail cutting service
- “Snoozelem” – multi-sensory room
- Computer suite
- Medical Suite for GP surgery, physio and optician’s appointments
- Purple Room Community Cafe
Regular outings are offered. These include simple supermarket trips, cultural visits to local art galleries and museums and excursions to the seaside, stately homes and the Lake District.
Heathlands Village is run in accordance with the religious and cultural needs of people of the Jewish faith. We have a purpose built community synagogue (shul) on the ground floor of our main building.
We observe the Sabbath (Shabbos/Shabbat) and festivals (Yomim Tovim/Chaggim) and mark these with special activities, entertainment and meals.
We offer three shiurim (religious lectures) a week.
All food prepared in our kitchens is kosher and under the supervision of the Manchester Beth Din. We do not permit foods which do not have a hechsher (certificate that it is kosher) to be brought into our buidlings).
The people who live here choose their own level of Jewish religious and spiritual observance as they did in their own homes.
We are happy to accept residents and day service users of faiths other than Judaism or none at all. Read more
Funding your care
There is a lot of very helpful information about funding the cost residential care on the AgeUK website. To find out more about funding the cost of nursing care click here. Alternatively call 0800 169 6565 to request copies of AgeUK’s fact-sheets.
To arrange to come and view Heathlands Village, for yourself or a relative or friend, or for a chat to find out more, please contact our Admissions and Customer Services Manager, Andrea Allinson, on 0161 772 4800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org