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Hello my name is Anita Brain I am the Care Manager at Woodland

I first qualified as a nurse in 1995 and have over 20 years nursing experience in a variety of settings and specialities.

I hold ENB 998 Teaching and assessing in Clinical practice, ENB 237 Cancer Nursing, BSc(Hons) Specialist Nursing Practice (Oncology)

I have a wealth of management experience within the NHS and I am excited to have a chance to build on that within the Care Home industry. My vision is to create a home from home, where the residents are well cared for and lead fulfilling lives in a caring and friendly environment.

Woodland is registered for 46 beds and is dual registered for Nursing/Residential Care. We can offer nursing, residential and  palliative care and on some occasions respite for the elderly. Visitors to the home often comment on the homely and friendly atmosphere and attractive gardens.

At Woodlands we pride ourselves on our person centred  approach for all our residents.  This facilitates a purpose for the residents and in turn enriches not only their lives, but the lives of their loved ones.

I believe that together with my dedicated team of nurses, carers and ancillary staff we can provide a happy, homely environment that is the next best thing to being at home.

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Home Details

Anita Brian - Care Manager

189 Woodland Road

Tel: 01603 294013
Fax: 01603 403874

[email protected]


We were delighted with the outcome of the June 2016 CQC inspection and are committed to working with our residents, their families, and Health & Social Care professionals to continually improve and develop our services.

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

-People could choose how and where they spent their time.

-There were opportunities for people to develop and maintain hobbies and interests and spend their time in a meaningful way.

-Staff treated people with respect and were knowledgeable about people’s needs and preferences.

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