We are currently monitoring the Department of Health and Public Health England website for the most up to date information on the management of the Coronavirus Covid-19.



Here at St Michaels Care we are committed to ensuring that we keep our residents and staff as safe as possible, and as a preventative measure we are asking that only close family members visit our residents and only if they have NOT been in contact with anyone self-isolating, anyone who is known to have Covid-19, or anyone who has travelled abroad to the high risk areas.

We are requesting that no children visit the Home at this time.

When family members attend the Home, we would like our visitors to wash their hands & sanitise before visiting, and respectfully request that all visitors entering the building follow this procedure, for effective hand decontamination. 

We are asking you to restrict your visiting to a minimum in order to keep your loved ones, and all our other residents, as safe as possible, we also need to restrict visiting to a maximum of ONE visitor per resident. 

We have not taken this decision lightly, and appreciate that this may cause some anxiety, but feel that this is a necessary step to take.

Once inside the Home we request you go directly to your loved one’s room and visit them there only and not in the communal areas of the Home.

If the resident is not in their room a member of staff will notify the resident and assist them to return to their room.

Our staff will do all they can to ensure that life in our Home remains as comfortable and sociable as possible. We have cancelled all external entertainment until further notice. We will still ensure that vital medical visits are made, and will be ensuring that only visitors who are not displaying symptoms come in, and that they was their hands on entering. 

We would greatly appreciate your support with these measures for our residents in order to keep our residents safe, and assist our staff to continue to deliver great care.

In the unfortunate event that we do have a case in our home we will need to stop all visiting completely and will inform you accordingly.

We will continue to monitor the situation and adhere to any revised guidance. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Jacky or Dawn. 
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Dave JefferysSeptember, 2016

“We have always been happy with the care that my brother has received at St Michaels. The staff from management down to nurses, carers, and domestic staff all take an interest in the well-being of my brother. He always seems content, warm and comfortable. He also enjoys the food at St Michaels. We hear so many horror stories these days about badly run care home that we often reflect how lucky my brother is to be at St Michaels.”

Christopher RandallDecember, 2018

“Excellent care all around. Nursing care extremely competent. My mother's health and wellbeing had improved after four weeks. Would recommend this care home.”

Cheryl PullingAugust, 2016

“During the two years I have been visiting I have found most of the staff including the nurses to be friendly and helpful. I have noticed on numerous occasions how short staffed the home can be. In spite of that, the staff tend to work it out amongst themselves. There is rarely tension between them. Everybody is well cared for and treated with immense dignity. Only on very few occasions have I heard the staff short tempered. I find that very impressive. Cleanliness is good. The rooms are shabby, the carpets equally so. The bedding is dreadful, old, discoloured, mismatched and ill-fitting. The food is exceptionally good. It is always served hot and well presented. Compliments to the chef. My friend's clothes are always clean but she sometimes smells of urine. Short staffed, I would blame for that. I must add that the positive comments far outweigh the negative ones. I am very happy with the love and care my friend receives. It pleases me that she is very fond of the staff.”