Nestled in a quiet area at the bottom of Goodwins Road, our 76-bedroom care home is known for its beautiful fountain centrepiece at the entrance. Our sought-after care home provides a variety of high quality care, whilst boasting a full activities schedule and amazing facilities. Our team at Goodwins Hall are dedicated, committed and caring and constantly strive to ensure all of our residents lead happy and fulfilling lives.
We have five care homes across East Anglia – two nursing homes, Kings Lynn, as well as facilities in March, Peterborough and Ipswich.
If you’d like more information, request a brochure here today.
Making every moment matter is just as important to us as the standard of care we deliver. Our main focus is ensuring that our residents needs are at the heart of everything we do. When a new resident joins us, we invest time in understanding the resident’s life story, their hobbies and the important people in their lives. We use this information to encourage our residents to live life the way they choose, with laughter and love.
Residents are encouraged to personalise their bedrooms by bringing furniture from home and our dedicated maintenance team are on hand to hang pictures and photographs to create a ‘home from home’.
Regular feedback forums enable residents and family members the opportunity to suggest new experiences, outings and events, ensuring that our activities programme is varied, engaging and reflects the choices and interests of our residents.
Our accessible activities programmes promote inclusivity and are continuously adapted and reviewed for the changing needs of our residents. You can view an example activity calendar here.
We strive for new and creative ways to meet the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual needs of our residents, including some of them starring in this brochure! Our regular clubs include gardening, exercise classes, quizzes and church services and we use our links with local schools and nurseries, churches and businesses to enhance our resident experience. We also know how to throw a good party and can often find the residents and team dancing and singing along to live entertainment.
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Our freshly home cooked meals play a central role in the resident experience here at Goodwins Hall. Seasonal menus are designed with the help of our residents at regular food forums, and our menus can be easily adapted to ensure we cater for all dietary needs. If the residents fancy something a little different, we’re pleased to be able to further enhance our menus by offering light bites and alternative choices.
We work closely with local suppliers to make sure we have the very best quality produce to offer, and our creative kitchen team enjoy using food to offer new experiences and world cuisines to the residents.
You can see an example menu here.
Ula started at Goodwins Hall in 2012 as a Registered Nurse before taking on the position of Clinical Care Manager. Over the last 9 years she has worked and supported both of the Athena Care Homes in Kings Lynn, developing her true passion of caring for people on end-of-life and palliative care. In her free time Ula likes reading books and listening to music.
Being sustainable and reducing our impact goes hand in hand with our mission to provide exceptional care to our residents. Since 2021 we’ve planted 5 trees for every new resident and we continuously work to source our food locally, improve our efficiency and much more.
You can find out much more about what we do on our sustainability page here.
24 hour care, most activities, all meals and non-alcoholic drinks are all included in your fee.
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There may be other chargeable fees, but your home will let you know about these. For more information please visit our FAQ page here.
Weekly Fee Guidance*:
Our fees at Goodwins Hall typically range from £1,150 to £1,650 per week depending on specific care needs.
* Please note that fees are for guidance and are subject to assessment of care needs and room choice
Preventing the risk and spread of infection within our home is vital. At Goodwins Hall we have many procedures in place to protect all that live and work within our homes. Infection control is of paramount importance to us, and we have continuous training to support our staff in protecting everyone in our home. To find out more about this, please click here.