Lyndhurst

College Street, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 2RF
Telephone: 01942 606 319

Type of care: Residential
Beds: 40
Specialist care categories: DE OP
Admission information: Ages 55+

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Lyndhurst
Lyndhurst
Lyndhurst

Welcome to Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst offers Residential, Short stay services; Lyndhurst is a purpose built home, close to the centre of Leigh, with its shops and markets. Dedicated staff cater for individual needs, and activities are designed to suit different interests. The home has a welcoming, friendly and happy atmosphere which makes Lyndhurst a pleasant place to live. Indeed residents, relatives and visitors regularly comment on this and on the fun spirit of the home. 

There are 40 single bedrooms. All rooms have television points. There are a number of bright, homely lounge areas throughout the home. There is a lounge with a flatscreen TV, which is also fitted with a hearing loop, a discreet device to improve sound reception and aid those with hearing difficulties.

There are also quiet lounges and to visitor’s lounges, which residents can use to enjoy privacy with their families and friends when visiting. Further communal rooms include an activities lounge and a 1940s style lounge which is used for reminiscence activities. Residents can choose to eat in the dining area or in their own room if they prefer. There is a large conservatory, leading on to a pleasant garden area with wheelchair access, and barbecues are held there in the summer.

Additional services available to residents include a hairdresser who visits on a weekly basis, and newspaper and magazine deliveries which are arranged through a local newsagent. These services are charged on a weekly basis as used. There is also a shop trolley service for items such as greetings cards, toiletries, drinks and confectionery.

Lyndhurst enjoys an active social calendar and regular programme of events in which residents participate. This is designed to match residents’ interests and currently includes activities such as dominoes, skittles, bulls eye target game, quizzes, puzzles, Karaoke, sing-a-longs, dancing, handicrafts, hand massages, manicures, cream tea afternoons, film shows, DVD/Video nights, and baking days. Social evenings are organised with bingo and tombola. There are also excursions to places such as Southport, Blackpool, Smithills, Rivington Barn, barge trips in the summer and shopping trips. Lyndhurst holds an annual handicraft exhibition where we exhibit all the crafts that have been designed and made by our residents. These include items such as flower arrangements, cross stitch pictures, knitted items, pictures made with different materials and paint, and kits such as farm yard scenes and garages. Proceeds from this go back into activities in which all residents can participate.

Lyndhurst aims to make meals as pleasant and positive an occasion as possible. We offer a varied and wholesome diet, and cater for any special dietary requirements.

Regular Church of England and Catholic services take place within the home on a weekly basis, and we can arrange services for other denominations if required. There is a local church close which is attended by residents.

Lyndhurst is very close to the main shopping area of Leigh with an indoor and small outdoor market, shopping mall, supermarkets and small local shops. The library and town hall are close by and there are GP practices next door, across the road or round the corner.

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Testimonials

We required emergency respite care for my great aunt, who became ill and was feeling all confused. Lyndhurst responded immediately to attend her home to assess her needs. On admission, she was made to feel very welcome and all required care was given in a very professional way by all staff. She left to return home after 8 weeks of excellent care, fully well. Lyndhurst has an excellent manager and management team. They are safe, caring, efficient, effective, very responsive to needs and extremely well led. by Pam D (Great-Niece of Resident)

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My second cousin came to Lyndhurst for respite care. After 3 months it was felt she needed to stay in care. It took her a long time to settle, but she is now happy. Unfortunately, she is stone deaf so it has been difficult for the staff and herself to join in conversations and activities. by E C (Cousin of Resident)

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Very professional staff, very clean and inviting environment. Management very helpful and informative. Food and entertainment varied and nice. by R C (Sister of Resident)

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My mother has received exceptional care and compassion from all of the staff, overseen by a very dedicated manager. I would not hesitate to recommend this home to anyone. by Kath L (Daughter of Resident)

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Visiting the care home 2-3 times a week. I find everything quite satisfactory overall. The staff are very dedicated, hard working and friendly and respond quickly to any queries or problems I have concerning my brother. It is clean and warm but does need some refurbishment to spruce it up. Particularly the conservatory and outside frontage. Sometimes the lunchtime menu leaves a lot to be desired and the portions overall are small. by Carole V (Sister of Resident)

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Our experience of Lyndhurst and the staff is nothing but positive. The care mum gets is second to none. Not the most patient of people, mum can be very demanding. No matter what time of day or night we call the home is always welcoming and communication is a major part of their care and whenever. Recently, in January, when the home was closed to visitors due to flu and D and V, we were kept fully informed. In addition, when mum has required professional intervention, her requirements have always been actioned promptly. Basically, we have no issues or concerns about the support, treatment and care mum receives from Lyndhurst. Nothing but excellent. by Adrienne K (Daughter of Resident)

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The home always has the best interests of my mother as it's priority in the event o her becoming distressed. They do their best to reassure and comfort her, keeping me informed and updated. I have no complaints or issues with the service they provide I would recommend them to potential clients. by Stuart H (Son of Resident)

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Mum as she is known to me entered Lyndhurst latter end of 2015. At first she struggled being in new surroundings and having that feeling of losing control of her surroundings. After a two week rejection period Mum began to settle. Now, she believes that the 'Girls' that look after her are fantastic and will not have a word said against them. Overall the staff, from the Cleaners, Carers etc. through to the Manager have been nothing other than professional in their approach to her well being and even though they have been at the end of a tongue lashing from Mum in the early days you can see that there is a genuine fondness for her from them. Only on one occasion have I ever smelt anything untoward and that was only when one of their clients had a medical issue. I would have no problem in recommending this home to other potential users and calling at any time as I do never seems to be an issue for the staff. I would give this home my highest recommendation. by Dave K (Son-in-law of Resident)

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My mum first care to Lyndhurst in July 2011 for respite care when she first became disabled. It was for a short stay but she was really impressed by the care and attention she received. By 2014 her disability had become worse and she considered going into care full time, she requested that if she could go to Lyndhurst she would be overjoyed. Luckily for her and for me she had a place offered. I visit regularly and she keeps telling me how lovely the staff are, nothing is too much trouble and she is well looked after. I can see for myself how clean the rooms are and the staff are brilliant. All residents look happy and contented to be there. by S E H (Daughter of Resident)

Services and Facilities

  • Convalescent Care
  • Day Care
  • Respite Care
  • Independent Living Training
  • Own GP if required
  • Own Furniture if required
  • Close to Local shops
  • Near Public Transport
  • Lift access
  • Wheelchair access
  • Gardens for residents
  • Residents Kitchenette
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Television point in own room
  • Residents Internet Access

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