Glebefields Care Home in Banbury
Nestled in a charming village near Banbury, Glebefields is an impressive stone-built former rectory, overlooking miles of countryside in an area known for its outstanding natural beauty, including the adjacent Norman Parish Church of St. Peter. We offer high quality residential, nursing, dementia and respite care in a warm and friendly environment.
Our staff are always conscious of providing just the right support that each resident requires. The Willow Lane unit has unique dementia rooms, designed, furnished and decorated according to latest specialist research on the condition.
Many of the rooms have doors that open out on to the patio, so the serenity of the countryside is never far away. The home is tastefully decorated, making it as unique as its residents—it's a home that inspires pride in all.
The home stands in landscaped grounds within the picturesque village of Drayton, just half a mile outside Banbury and eleven miles from Brackley. Despite its rural setting, Glebefields is accessible, with convenient access to shops, restaurants and public transport links.
Types of care
The care we provide is delivered in a way that promotes independence for those who live in our home. Where possible, it is important that residents are encouraged to perform daily tasks independently or with minor support. Our services are devised with individualised treatment in mind for each person, so getting to know everyone and understanding their needs is imperative to delivering bespoke, person-centred care.Read more
Respite / Short stay
Services for under 65
- Wi-fi available
- En-suite rooms
- Step-free access
- Hairdressing salon
- Access to kitchen facilities
- Activity classes
- Day trips
- Flexible mealtimes
- Disabled bathroom
- Disabled WC/facilities
- Disabled parking
- Disability awareness/equality training
- Double rooms
- En-suite toilet
- En-suite toilet plus bath/shower
- Furnished rooms and own furniture welcomed
The dedicated and experienced team are passionate about providing quality care to each individual living at the home.
Hello, My name is Amanda and I am the Interim Home Manager here at Glebefields Care Home. Welcome to our website!
I started my career 15 years ago riding my push bike around the local community as a domiciliary carer, progressing to home care assessor.
I moved into working within care homes 6 years ago and I fell in love with my job all over again.
I am very proud of the progress I have made which has been a rollercoaster journey but it has given me a wealth of knowledge and experience, working alongside so many great healthcare professionals and colleagues who have supported me along a path I find so rewarding.
I have gained experience in every aspect of running a care home, from residential care to high needs nursing dementia, from maintaining the home to making sure the dinner is perfect, the bedrooms sparkling and our residents can enjoy a great lifestyle, connected with their neighbours and communities.
I feel privileged to have the opportunity to be a part of the stunning environment Glebefields has to offer and to work alongside a team as passionate as I am in delivering a high standard of service and the best quality of care.
It is a pleasure to be a part of the Glebefields family and I look forward to meeting members of the community and families who will help me create memories we will all cherish for years to come.Get in touch Meet my team
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Life at Glebefields Care Home
Care, activities, facilities and food are all major focuses at our home. It is important that each of these services are tailored to the individual needs and preferences of residents, which is why we employ a wonderful team of professionals who can deliver support using a warm and person-centred approach.