Richmond Care Home in Shirebrook offers a friendly, homely atmosphere, where our residents are cared for as individuals, and treated with dignity and respect. The staff, led by Kate Birch, provide quality nursing and social care to enable our guests to lead fulfilled lives. They also have good local knowledge of Shirebrook and the surrounding areas.
We care for residents requiring daily treatment and supervision, as well as those needing simple social care. Our experience is wide-ranging, from providing care for dementia, strokes, cancer, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, visual and hearing impairment through to palliative care. We welcome both private self-funding individuals and those who gain financial support from the local authority.
Every month we post a video here to capture the activities, events, and simple moments from daily life at our care home in Shirebrook. To see more of our videos, please visit and follow our YouTube Channel: RihcmCare Home
We are so proud to announce that staff at Richmond Care Home are finalists in three categories for the Great British Care Awards 2020!
The whole team are finalists for The Putting People First Award; Kate Birch, our Care Home Manager, is a finalist for The Dignity In Care Award; and Natasha Westwood, our Community Activities Co-ordinator, is a finalist for The Care Home Activity Organiser Award.
Well done to everyone at the home who thoroughly deserves this recognition, especially after such a challenging year.
We wish our team the best of luck at the virtual judging day in November!
We're delighted to announce that we are able to welcome new residents to our home again. We have thorough testing and isolation procedures in place to protect those moving into our home, and to protect those who already live with us.
We are also pleased to announce that we have a new visiting room at Richmond Care Home, built with infection control in mind.
If you would like to find out more about admissions or visiting, please get in touch.
Kate Birch – Care Home Manager
Every month we post a video here to capture the activities, events, and simple moments from daily life at our care home in Shirebrook. To see more of our videos, please visit and follow our YouTube Channel: Richmond Care Home
There are 40 bedrooms at Richmond Care Home, each with its own en-suite facilities. Every room is furnished and equipped to a high standard. Making you feel at home is very important to us, with families welcome to visit at any time.
At Richmond, we pride ourselves in providing fresh, wholesome home-cooked food. Your dietary needs will be catered for and our team is always happy to offer assistance and discuss any specific nutritional needs.
At Richmond Care Home, you'll receive the level of care which your own situation requires. We strive to satisfy the full range of personal, social, physical, clinical, spiritual and emotional needs of the individual.
The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. They are the public body that monitors, inspects and rates care services.
The CQC has rated Richmond Care Home as Good. This means that they see our service as performing well and meeting their expectations. They said:
“Staff were kind, caring, and compassionate; people were supported and encouraged to remain as independent as possible. Residents were individually involved and supported to make choices about their day-to-day care.”
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Are you looking for a care home in Shirebrook?
We welcome private self-funding individuals as well as those who gain financial support from the local authority.
Enquiries are invited for prospective residents on a short-term, medium-term or a permanent basis. Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like to arrange a viewing.
"To all the staff at Richmond Care Home. Many thanks for the excellent care you gave our mum, Dorothy, when she came to you for respite care. She always came home with a smile on her face and we will always be grateful to you for making her stays at Richmond so happy. Once again, a big thank you from us and the family!"
- Margaret and Graham.