Celebrating 21 years

1997-2018

Residential Care Home

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About Bramble Lodge


Bramble Lodge is  on High Lane West within the community of West Hallam (8 miles North East of Derby and 2 miles West of Ilkeston) and is easily accessible by car or bus.

The main house is fronted by a double driveway leading to a large car park with mature trees and lawn. Attached to the main house are three purpose built extensions providing en-suite accommodation and sitting areas surrounded by patios and gardens.

Bramble lodge comprises of four comfortable lounges for the use of residents and their families and friends. We have two small  kitchens areas where residents and guests can make drinks. There are two Dining Room, a bright and spacious Activities Room, a Hairdressing Salon, a Library area, Sensory area and our reminiscence corner.

We welcome prospective residents and their families to visit Bramble Lodge at their convenience prior to moving in permanently. You can arrange to spend a day as our guest if you desire.

We offer Day Care which is available seven days per week. On certain days it is possible to provide transport within the local area. Our Day Care package is tailored to meet the needs of the individual and our day visitors are able to use all the facilities and, if they wish, have a bath during their stay.


What people say about Bramble Lodge

Additional to the professional independent review undertaken by the Care Quality Commission, we have also received positive reviews on the CareHome UK web site.  We thank people for their reviews and try always to respond to their comments.


The CQC inspection covers all aspects of the care home operation, many aspects of which are not visible to the service user. As part of the review the inspection draws on the experiences of service users, their relatives, carers and friends.  Staff are interviewed as part of the process and are encouraged to give frank and honest input. Visiting healthcare professionals such as General Practitioners, district nurses and hospital consultants are also asked for their comments. The inspection is carried out by professional inspectors who are familiar with care homes and the legislation that covers their operation.