Latest News at Herefordshire Care Homes

Highwell House win Highly Commended at the Great British Care Awards

Herefordshire Care Homes is thrilled to announce that Highwell House Nursing Home has been highly commended at the Great British Care Awards.

This achievement fills us with immense pride and reflects the exceptional team and culture within our group.Were delighted by the recognition and extend our heartfelt thanks to all who contributed to this success.

Mothers Day Celebrations at Herefordshire Care Homes 

Mother Day is one day of the year we can celebrate how much our mothers mean to us, the residents  and families had a wonderful day.

Here are just a few of the images 

Christmas at Herefordshire Care Homes

All the homes within the group have done an amazing job again this year with their fantastic Christmas Displays.

Here are just some of the amassing displays 

Herefordshire Care Homes win at the Great British Care Awards 2023




This has been an incredible project from the start, and one in which both the residents and staff are loving From sewing the wildflower seeds, to watching the flower border bloom, to welcoming the arrival of our queen and first swarm of bees, to maintaining the health of our hives, to harvesting our first batch of honey and spinning it from the honey frames before finally passing it through muslin cloths and into jars We have collected 18 jars of raw, creamy and delicious honey. We also collected the beeswax, which Jan cleaned and this evening I have made 10 beeswax and lavender tea light they smell amazing, and it’s meant we have used every part of the product and nothing has gone to waste Thank you Les for teaching us, and enabling us to share in this fascinating experience. Hopefully, later in the summer we’ll have another batch ready Michael’s grandson is a graphic designer and is designing the labels for us, and once we have them we’ll label up the jars. If anyone would like a jar of honey, please see Trudi or Sarah, cost is £6 a jar with all profits going to the residents fund