Sandhall Park

Sandhall Park

Sandhall Drive, Fairfields, Goole DN14 5HY Tel. 01405 765 132

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The setting
Sandhall Park can be found in the urban area of Goole, Yorkshire. Situated in expansive leafy gardens, this care home has beautiful outside spaces.

Shared areas
All rooms at Sandhall Park are tastefully furnished and decorated in neutral tones to enhance the calm and peaceful atmosphere. The gardens surrounding Sandhall Park are beautifully presented with colourful flower displays. And the two internal courtyards provide a paved outdoor area for residents to relax.

Personal space
We have 50 beds with most ensuite, and each has a TV and phone point for your convenience. Residents are encouraged to add personal items and small pieces of furniture and make themselves at home in our bright and spacious rooms.

Convenience
The ground floor only accommodation is wheelchair accessible and the building located close to public transport and local shops.

A better way of life
Happiness is of paramount importance at Sandhall Park, and we provide lots of fun and social activities for residents to get involved with. Our immaculate and colourful grounds are our pride and joy and they bring much joy to our residents. We also work on maintaining links with the local community and have access to regular activity programs nearby.

Home Manager:  Joanne Coolledge

Registered Specialisms/Services:  Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care, Caring for adults over 65 yrs

Registered Beds:  50

We Offer :

  • Dementia care
  • Residential care
  • Long term care
  • Short term care
  • Day care

What you can expect from us:

  • Home cooked meals specially prepared by our on-site catering team
  • Regular social activities, hobbies and entertainment and outings
  • Religious and spiritual support
  • Visiting hairdresser
  • Chiropody and Optical care
  • Visiting GPs

* Care Quality Commission (CQC) is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in England.