Winnett Cottage Care Home

Winnett Cottage receives 'Good' rating from CQC

We are delighted that Winnett Cottage in Stevenage, our residential home for men with enduring mental illness, has been recognised as a 'Good' service by the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England, the Care Quality Commission.

Iona Oughton, Clinical Director, said "I would like to share some fantastic news that Anne-Marie and her team have turned around a failing service into Good! The draft report shows Winnett Cottage attained good for every key lines of enquiry (KLOE).

What an achievement and I would like to congratulate Anne-Marie and her team for the hard work during this process of transformation. After some time with beds to fill, Winnett Cottage will be full in January!"

Greenwood Cottage Care Home

Greenwood Cottage rated 'Good' by CQC

Congratulations to Greenwood Cottage for getting good across the board in their October CQC inspection.

Faye Jackson, Home Manager said "Having recently joined the team at Greenwood Cottage, I was delighted that our recent CQC inspection resulted in a 'Good' rating throughout. The team here work very hard and are so enthusiastic to make a difference to our residents' lives, and to receive the acknowledgement from the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England, is confirmation we are doing it well".

Development of Coach House at Eltisley Manor

Eltisley Manor, in St Neots, hosted an open day and BBQ for staff, residents, their families and case managers on Wednesday, 19th July. The development of the Coach House, a four bedded house, is for men and women with mental health issues, who are ready to move on towards supported or independent community living.