Introduction and Welcome

The Manor Residential Home is a long-term residential care home for the placement of older people aged 65 onwards. It specialises in providing support to males and females who can no longer live on their own and require help with washing, dressing, mobility and all aspects of personal care. Full nursing care is not catered for. A full needs assessment is carried out for each prospective resident to ensure their needs can be met.

The home is located in Church Street, Arnold, which is four miles north of Nottingham. Arnold offers a wide range of facilities which include a pedestrianised shopping centre, a library, and several other shops, newsagents etc. A bus stop stands directly outside the main gate; this offers regular services to Nottingham city centre. The church from which the road takes its name is also close by.

The home stands on the site of the Old Manor House which was demolished at the beginning of the twentieth century. The present Manor House was originally built in 1928 by Mr T Nix. During its construction he purchased the distinctive stained glass window from the Nottingham Exchange. The window bears the Old Nottingham Coat of Arms and is still a most interesting and unique feature of this lovely building. The property was re-developed with a large purpose built extension in 1996. Further extensions were added in 2000. The home is set in large gardens edged by trees.

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