Littleport Grange is a period residence set within beautiful gardens. Built by Canon Edward Sparke in 1855 the Grange has also served as the convalescent home for the Transport and General Workers Union in the 1930’s, The Grange still retains some of its original Victorian features and extensive work has been completed recently to restore many of these. Other features also include a spa as well as a cinema room available for the residents to use.
We endeavour to create a personalised plan of introduction into the home then a tailor-made program of activity and stimulation for each resident. We have been lucky enough to employ a staff team that we have worked with for some time, each staff member being highly qualified and dedicated to caring for people in their later life.