Hunters Care Centre in Cirencester
At Hunters Care Centre, we provide a range of accommodation and services for older people in need of support, from independent living to 24-hour nursing. We also provide specialist support for individuals living with dementia in our bespoke Memory Lane Community. We have also recently invested in a 'Magic Table', a interactive light projector designed to support people living with dementia.
All of our independent living properties are self-contained and residents have the option of taking advantage of the additional care and support services available in the main home, such as meals and group activities.
Hunters have been approved by the Cinnamon Trust, the national charity for the elderly, those terminally ill and their pets. This means we have been acknowledged by this charity as a pet-friendly home. We have strong links with and regular visits from a local Pets as Therapy dog, Zoolab and Walks with Hawks, all of which residents thoroughly enjoy and get a huge amount of satisfaction from.
Our home is a former country manor house in a stunning position on the Fosse Way on the outskirts of Cirencester. Residents can enjoy the local amenities of Cirencester and the surrounding Cotswolds countryside, whilst also being easily accessible from the M5 and M4. We welcome visitors at any time, so please feel free to pop in or give us a call.
Read our brochure ‘Life in our home. Providing care through coronavirus’ for more information on how we’re here to help you and your loved one.
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
Click here to read our latest brochure 'Enriching the lives of people living with dementia' for more information on our support for your loved one.
Click here to read our latest brochure 'A-Z Directory of Demential Care' for a useful toolkit for providing good dementia care.
- Wi-fi available
- Step-free access
- Night bite menu
- Mini-bus at the home
- Activity classes
- Day trips
- Exercise classes
- Flexible mealtimes
- Disabled bathroom
- Disabled WC/facilities
- Disabled parking
- Disability awareness/equality training
- Electric profiling bed
- Nurse call system
- Room with garden views
- TV in bedroom
The dedicated and experienced team are passionate about providing quality care to each individual living at the home.
Ciprian joined Barchester in 2018 and became Clinical Lead in October, before being promoted to Deputy Manager in 2019 and appointed General Manager in December 2019.
He started nursing in 2012 in A&E, later moving to Swindon to work as an RGN. He monitors and maintains care standards within the home to ensure best practice and the delivery of excellent care. He oversees clinical practice and provides support and supervision to registered nurses and the care team. Ciprian aims to build a strong and dedicated team to provide person-centred care for all residents, where they are treated with respect and dignity.Get in touch Meet my team
Our staff are like family
At Barchester, we’re cultivating an environment where you’ll have more than just a career – you’ll have a family.Our people
Barchester’s Charitable Foundation distributes over £150,000 per year to individuals and small community groups/charities across England, Scotland and Wales.Find out more
Life at Hunters Care Centre
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.