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Maids Moreton Hall, Church St, Maids Moreton
Buckingham, MK18 1QF
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Are you in need of a break from caring for yourself or your loved ones? We offer short term respite care with all the first class facilities our permanent residents enjoy.
From £1200 per week
Luxurious bedroom suites
Chauffeur driven limousine
Stowe Bistro & Bar
The Lily Room Spa
Full-time events manager
An Exceptional Care Home for Buckingham and Milton Keynes
Welcome to our brand new care home in Maids Moreton, a small village close to the historic market town of Buckingham and Milton Keynes. We provide luxury residential care for individuals or couples, specialist dementia care, respite and day care. Our mission is to provide the very best living environment with the highest level of care. We begin by staffing our home well above the industry average and providing thorough staff training which ensures that our residents enjoy the very best quality of life and our staff love working here.
Having the right staff is the perfect foundation on which to build a happy care home. To do this we ensure that all our residents are able to be as active as they wish to be by running a varied and interesting activities program, often involving the visitors and always involving fun. Engaging with the wider community is key to achieving our main goal of ensuring residents' contentment through challenging those factors at play in causing isolation, a problem faced by too many elderly people in the UK today.
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Winner - 2013 Pinders Design AwardsProud winners in the category "Care Homes - Regeneration"
news & events
An evening of entertainment
26-03-2015 - Last night we had a lovely evening of Swing, 50s & 60s with a bit of Cliff & Neil thrown in for good measure! And - we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!Read more
12-03-2015 - Join us on Goof Friday from 6pm for Easter Entertainment with Tristan Pate. Tristan Pate is a singer, actor, and musician. He has been performing as a solo singer/guitarist for many years as well as in countless theatre productions including Dreamboats and Petticoats in the West End, in which he utilised his saxophone, drums, bass and guitar skills. He grew up on a strict diet of 50s and 60s Rock and Roll and also enjoys playing swing music of the 30s and 40s. He has also composed music for theatre, last year writing original songs for Shakespeare's Comedy of Erorrs for Red Rose Chain and Robin Hood for Cherwell Theatre Company. Recently he began teaching singing at Northampton University. RSVP Lauren on 01280 818710 or email@example.comRead more
Brakley Hog Watch
12-03-2015 - We are really pleased Brackley Hog Watch will be joining us a little later this month and hopefully bring some new born baby hogs with them! In 2007 the founders of Hog Watch became aware of how many hedgehogs were visiting their gardens. On feeding them quite a few more arrived. Within this group of hedgehogs they were distressed to notice how many of these animals were in fact injured. The presumption was that there were others healing these hedgehogs or they were self healing! It was soon apparent that this was not the case. A hedgehog came to the same garden day after day quite clearly getting worse from the injury to his foot. At that point in time they decided that human intervention was necessary. Their aim is to raise awareness within the local community, teaching them how to look after their local hedgehog in Brackley and to potentially save 70 juveniles that would not have survived without human intervention. Although hedgehogs are common and widespread, evidence of a drastic decline is mounting. Surveys show that populations have dropped by almost 50% over the last 25 years and the indication is that this decline is still continuing in England and Wales. If nothing is done to reverse the trend then this mammal could be extinct from some areas by 2050. This worrying level of decline has led to the hedgehog becoming a UK Priority Species and conservation measures are being put in place. It is the belief of Brackley HogWatch that thry, as the community of Brackley, can reverse the decline massively. Other communities will follow our lead. At present most hedgehogs, the tracked ones being excellent examples, are living in waste land or communal land around us. Very few are in residential gardens. Those that are, are in places where the homeowner least expects them. Very few people are aware that they have a hedgehog sleeping in their garden and even fewer take any kind of responsibility towards their guests. We as part of a wider and growing community, must invite hedgehogs into our gardens and make them feel welcome. There is so much goodwill towards the hedgehog and yet no-one knows that they need to help or even how they can help. Come and join us for this lovely event!Read more
12-03-2015 - Join us on Wednesday 15th April from 3.30pm Felicity believes music reaches people on many levels and has many benefits for our well-being. She has always found singing to be a joyful experience and she hopes this is what comes out in her performance. Felicity likes to get the people involved by them joining in on the songs and also she gives them some instruments to play through the more up beat war time tunes! Join us and find out more! RSVP Lauren on 01280 818710 or firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
Wings of Freedom
12-03-2015 - We are pleased to invite Colin Sutherland and his Owls & Birds of prey to Maids Moreton Hall. This experience is a first at MMH and different from any other activity we have done before. There is nothing quite like what they offer; interactive life skill therapy and a close encounter with their specially trained birds, such as Dorris the Kestrel, Rocky the Barn owl, or even Bert and Chester the Tawny and Eagle owls, along with many other birds Working in tandem with staff, residents will be able to hold birds and get to know them. We will encourage photographs birds, so please remember to have your cameras ready! This events open to residents, relatives and friends of MMH. Members of the public and our local community are also welcome. RSVP Lauren on 01280 818710 or email@example.comRead more
Susan Hatton and growing up in Maids Moreton
12-03-2015 - Susan was born in the village and, for a number of years, has given talks to various groups and societies mostly about the old Buckinghamshire lacemakers, particularly those from Maids Moreton. Susan has a lot of lace, bobbins, photographs etc which she will bring along with Her and a friend comes too and makes lace while Susan talks. Susan will also talk on growing up in the village in the Second World War. We may hear her recall watching a distant red glow in the dark sky one evening - believed to be the night when Coventry was bombed and the fires lit up the sky as far as Maids Moreton. Susan talks mostly of warm memories of village characters, rabbit pie and annual festivals and she included several verses from poems, songs and hymns which she knows by heart. This should be a lovely afternoon of reminiscing and old times. RSVP Lauren on 01280 818710 or firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
09-03-2015 - Last July we held a traditional British Summer Party and raised over £700 for Parkinson's UK. It was a fabulous day complete with Summertime jazz, wine tasting, jesters and more! The sun was shining, faces were smiling, eyes were twinkling and wine was flowing! Parkinson's UK is a charity close to our hearts here at Maids Moreton Hall and it was really important for us to meet the team and continue to build our relationship. It took us a while but we finally got our diaries to sync so that Emily from the Parkinson's UK Fundraising HQ was able to join us last Thursday for a Q&A session with resident and relatives. Emily also joined us for lunch which was a really treat. We continue to support Parkinson's UK and we will be raising money by taking part on the Grand Union 100km Walk Challenge in June! Our lovely photo was taken as we presented Emily with our fundraising certificate, presented by Cheryl Rolt (home manager), Jane Bowman (bistro manager) and Anne Penman one of our lovely residents.Read more