- By Administrator
- Posted March 9, 2017, 8:41 am
Elderly care services in Bournemouth include residential homes, care homes, nursing homes and home care services.
With seven miles of beaches and a wide choice of shops, restaurants and endless countryside, Bournemouth attracts hundreds of new residents each year.
A large number of care services and care homes in the Bournemouth area include:
Home Instead, Bournemouth Care Direct, My Life, My Care, Tender Care Services, Helping Hands Home Care, Quality Home Care Service, The Care Division, Right at Home Bournemouth and Poole, CareService24, Bournemouth Care Direct, Bluebird Care (Bournemouth), Care South Home Care Services Dorset, Agincare – Bournemouth and Christchurch, Essential Nursing & Care Services, Home Care Angels, Care South, Drumconner Homes Ltd (Bournemouth), Avon Cliff Care Home, Evergreens Care Home, Bournemouth, Seabourne House Care Home, Blenheim Care Home, The Fearnes, Talbot View, Templeman House, Richmondwood, Branksome Heights Luxury Care Home, Sunrise of Southbourne, Primrose Lodge, St Bridget’s Care Group, Zetland Court and Linkfield Court
Bournemouth offers over 2,000 acres of stunning gardens and parks, including the Lower Gardens, next to the sea, which lead to the Central Gardens in the town centre and then the Upper Gardens. The Gardens are Listed Grade ll and the Lower Gardens are known for their floral bedding displays. Many Events take place in the Lower Gardens including summer concerts.
Just adjacent to these is the rock garden. Constructed in 1930, it is one of the largest Municipal rock gardens in the country. Based upon a series of terraces, planting pockets have been created to enable alpine and rock plants from around the world to be grown.
For wildlife lovers head inland and visit one of Bournemouth’s local nature reserves. Highlights include Stour Valley, Kinson Common and Turbury Common.
Just two minutes’ walk from Bournemouth Pier the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum at East Cliff Promenade is home to one of Britain’s finest art museums. Built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, this quirky and beautiful cliff-side mansion was once the dream-home of larger than life philanthropist, traveller and art collector Sir Merton Russell-Cotes and his wife Annie.
For those who enjoy dance, Pavilion Dance is situated in a beautiful Art Deco building in Westover Road and offers a dazzling array of classes including ballroom.
For lovers of classical music the town is home to the internationally renowned Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO), founded in Bournemouth at the end of the 19th century as a municipal band. For decades the orchestra was based at the town’s now demolished Winter Gardens but for the past 35 years it has operated out of Poole’s Lighthouse concert hall.
If you are looking for a care home or home care services in Bournemouth, why not register with the Care Co-Operative and have access to discounted care services? Care providers in Bournemouth can also join and advertise their business to self-funding care seekers.