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Welcome to Bowerfield House

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Welcome to Bowerfield House

My name is Becki Leighton, I am the manager of Bowerfield House. I have worked within the healthcare sector for over 17 years. I have been a care manager for 4 years, starting as a volunteer then working my way up to management.

I have had experience in bringing homes to their full potential through dedication and commitment to the residents. I work with our dedicated team to ensure a positive caring work force.

I am passionate about the care industry, the people we care for are at the heart of everything we do within Bowerfield House.

We have a friendly, comfortable, relaxed atmosphere that makes the homes welcoming, inviting people to be part of the family. I will be delighted to show you round our homes so you can see first hand environment and care we can offer you or your loved one.

Bowerfield House is a 26 bedded dementia nursing home in Disley, Stockport.  We pride ourselves with offering good quality nursing care in a cosy homely environment. We like to think of ourselves as a big family and strive to involve all our residents, their families, all the staff from the maintenance team, cooks, cleaners, carers and nurses in day to day decisions and activities within our home .We want our residents to be comfortable and well cared for, but above all feel respected and valued.

Please feel free to drop in on us anytime and have a look round and a chat. We would love to meet you.

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Home Details

Becki Leighton - Care Home Manager

1 Broadwood Close
SK12 2NJ

Tel: 01663 721465
Fax: 01663 764356

[email protected]


We are committed to continually improving and developing our services.

A comprehensive action plan is in place to make improvements to the areas highlighted by the CQC during their March 2017 inspection. We were pleased with the positive observations the CQC noted in their report, including:

  • Staff interactions with people living at the home were caring, patient, and empathetic.
  • Staff and relatives were positive about the registered manager’s management of the home. They told us the
    registered manager appeared to be working very hard to try to improve the home.
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