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Welcome to Monread Lodge

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Welcome to Monread Lodge

My name is Maggie Wallbridge and I am the new manager at Monread Lodge Nursing Home.

I am a Registered Nurse/Midwife and have a Diploma in Higher education in Dementia studies which I did with Bradford University. I spent the first twenty years of my career working at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage. I was also an Inspection Manager and I carried out some inspections for CQC as specialist advisor in the areas of nursing and dementia.

Monread Lodge offers Nursing, Residential and Dementia care in a friendly and homely environment where the main focus is always the resident, ensuring they are respected and offered choices. Monread Lodge has 62 single rooms all of which are en-suite.  The purpose built home is on one level surrounding a central garden that the residents are able to access and enjoy the wildlife.

Incorporated in Monread Lodge is a 16 bedded dementia unit, that offers a stimulating environment to our residents with themed corridors, encouraging residents to be involved in all aspects of their life.

Please feel free to come and visit Monread or phone me for a chat.

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Home Details

Maggie Wallbridge - Care Manager

London Road
Woolmer Green

Tel: 01438 518310
Fax: 01438 817484

[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 October 2016 inspection.

We were pleased with many of the positive observations the CQC noted in their report, including:

-People were treated with dignity and respect.

-People had a choice of healthy food and received support to eat as needed.

-People and their relatives were involved in planning their care.