In our beautiful village setting, the Whiteley Homes Trust charity has over 100 years’ experience of accommodating, supporting and caring for up to 450 people of pensionable age, who are of limited means.
The majority of our residents live independently in one of our Almshouse cottages and for those requiring more support, we also offer extra-care apartments in Huntley House.
In both these types of accommodation the Trust can provide personalised care and support, initially funded via the individual’s personal attendance allowance and in the longer term by social services following an assessment.
The Eliza Palmer Hub is our stunning new home which provides nursing care to Villagers and self-funding residents. Ingram House is our homely, purpose-built residential care facility for self-funding residents.
Villagers are encouraged and enabled to live happy and fulfilling lives as independently as possible, supported by our dedicated and highly skilled care and nursing team.
Specialist therapy is also available to all our residents on a group and individual basis from Hobbs Rehabilitation, one of the UK’s leading providers. Further details are available on request.
Our Village Charter was devised by Whiteley residents to set out the expectations we all have of what good community living looks and feels like: being neighbourly, kind and respectful, and supporting each other. This is the foundation that underpins our way of life at Whiteley Village.