Meet the team
Our wonderful team comprises nurses, carers, activities coordinators, chefs, housekeepers and more. These people are here to ensure that residents enjoy their time at the home and are supported to live life to the fullest. Meet some of our staff below:
Hi, my name is Margery and I am the General Manager here at Longueville Court. Welcome to our website.
I joined Barchester in 2005, and I am now proud to be the General Manager of Longueville Court; it is a lovely home and my team provide top level care for those we support. I am a qualified nurse and I previously worked as an RGN here at Longueville before eventually being promoted to Deputy Manager, and now finally General Manager.
I welcome you to join us for a chat and to have a look around our facilities. I will be happy to help with any enquiries you may have.
Helen is responsible for the care of residents on our Memory Lane community who live with dementia and other memory-related challenges. Helen is loved by all residents and their loved ones.
Owen has lived at Longueville Court since April 2018. He thoroughly enjoys his role as Resident Ambassador and is always willing to help out other residents with any issues they may have. Owen is the voice for those who live here in the home and looks forward to welcoming new residents who may find moving into a care home to be a challenging transition.
Hi, my name is Valentina, and I am the Unit Manager here at Longueville.
My Longueville Court life started in 1996 when the home first opened. I'm proud to say that I was one of the first carers to work on our fantastic Skylark unit.
After leaving Longueville Court to care for my new family, I returned to work in 2013 and took on a new role of the Activities Coordinator, which is now known as the Head of Activities & Lifestyle.
I challenge myself every day to provide the residents I support with a varied and interesting programme that engages them fully in the process. My ongoing aim is to produce life enhancing experiences for all by offering a programme that includes one-to-one sessions, musical experiences and group activities that encourage interaction with other residents.
I am proud to be part of a team that produces a fun and enjoyable programme that caters for every individual's needs and enhances every resident's time at Longueville Court.
I joined Longueville Court in March 2019 and it is my responsibility to maintain the home and gardens. In my spare time I enjoy going on long walks with my dog.
My Longueville Court journey started in 1997 when i joined the small number of staff as a registered Nurse. I have recently took upon my role as a Activities Coordinator/Bank Nurse. Over the years i have always been involved in activities with the residents and enjoyed putting a smile on their faces, i find that even the smallest gestures can bring the greatest rewards. My aim as a Activities Coordinator is to try and engage our residents to try new experiences by providing individual 1-2-1 sessions and group activities that enhance their day to day living.
I have been working for Barchester Healthcare here at Longueville Court for over 13 years and I can honestly say I thoroughly enjoy my role and find it very rewarding. My job amongst other admin duties involves meeting and greeting visitors, new residents and showing relatives around our lovely home.
I have worked for Barchester Healthcare at Longueville Court since March 2016, I work with a brilliant team within the admin department and have been made to feel extremely welcome within the home. I find my job extremely enjoyable and very rewarding and look forward to my future with the company.
I have been at Longueville Court since October 2002 where i started as a Domestic Assistant. I soon moved over to my current role as an Activities Coordinator. My role as an Activities Coordinator is focused on providing person centered activities for all of our residents.
My aim is to bring fun, laughter, and home comforts to all of those we care for. As an Activity Coordinator i enjoy encouraging our residents to participate in fail safe activities so they never feel that they cant achieve something. My vision for the future is to incorporate our home more within the local community.
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