Field View Care home is residential home that is equipped and registered to care for the elderly and end of life care. We also have a day care facility on site.

20004002CHAX-2Field View care home has been providing exceptional care since 1989. This purpose built building has 33 spacious non en-suite single rooms. In addition to this we have 2 very comfortable lounges, a dining room, attached garden and a Kitchen with a hygiene rating of 5.


If sitting in a cosy little haven and taking a trip down memory lane with fellow residents or visiting relatives sounds like your idea of a relaxing afternoon then you will love our homage to the traditional English Tea Room in Field View Care Home.

The Field View tearoom is very popular with our residents and visitor’s alike, big windows provide plenty of natural light and the décor incorporates our residents’ personal effects. Fine bone china tea sets, an old gramophone and some antique furniture all belonging to our own residents have helped us make this room feel welcoming and homely, the very ethos of our care homes.

Best of all, the tearoom is open all day and delicious refreshments are at hand when requested.

Field View care home has it’s own dedicated activities coordinator and also offers additional services like Hairdressing & Private Chiropodist. Outside entertainers are a regular feature in our activity schedule and are a big hit with our residents.

Visit our What’s on page to find out more about our activities and daily activities at Field View and Chapel view.

For a complete overview please download our Welcome Pack here

Field View is exactly what we needed, in spite of my mums dementia she is happy and comfortable and is treated with kindness, respect and love by all the staff even when she is being a handful. The home always smells appetizing and Tanya’s cakes are amazing – Hazel Marsden, resident’s daughter

All the staff here are dedicated to the residents well being and the level of care received by Amelia has been excellent – Eileen Kellett, resident’s friend