Get in Contact with Bucklesham Grange Care Home
Bucklesham Grange is a multi-award winning care home in Ipswich. The home is set in a beautiful location, surrounded by tranquil countryside. We provide flexible care to include quality nursing, residential and dementia care – so if the needs of your loved one change, they are unlikely to have to move home.
Our home is an integral part of the local community and we host monthly support groups for our local Alzheimer’s Society and Suffolk Family Carer Group. Popular activities in the home include film nights, ‘movement to music’ and cocktail parties! Residents are also supported to continue with the everyday routines which make their lives theirs. Whether it’s collecting a morning paper from our on-site corner shop, or simply popping in to our café to make a cup of tea, our care team encourage residents to live an active and independent lifestyle.
Outside, we have stunning landscaped gardens which flow around the home. Our gardens include a greenhouse, a ‘tea pot tree’ (created by our residents) and six friendly chickens! Our green-fingered residents love the gardening, while others prefer to sit out on the café patio area and chat to friends and family over tea and cake.
We are proud to have been recognised both locally and nationally for the facilities on offer and the care we provide. We were awarded as the ‘Best Care Home’ at the prestigious Pinders Design Awards and our General Manager, Carol, was crowned ‘Care Home Manger of the Year’ at the East of England Care Awards.
At a glance
- Multi-award Winning
- Residential Care
- Nursing Care
- Dementia Care
- Hair Salon
- Therapy Room
- Corner Shop
- Residents' Laundry Room
- Private Dining
- Landscaped Gardens
Meet the team
Carol Rhind - General Manager
I am the general manager at Bucklesham Grange, ensuring that all the team are supported to work at their best every moment, with the residents, their families and our visitors. I qualified as a district nurse in 1998 but my passion has always been working with older people.
“Dad is treated with respect” -
“It is a very happy home, full of laughter – a real home from home” -
“Dad is happy and he is being extremely well cared for” -