We are sorry to have to announce that, in light of the spread of COVID-19 in Cornwall and beyond, all our homes are now closed to visitors with immediate effect.

This means that family and friends are being asked to stay away unless there are exceptional circumstances, in which case permission to come in needs to be agreed with the home manager.

We totally understand this is a difficult time for everyone involved but please help us by not ringing the home to ask about your relative as we need to focus all our resources on delivering care with a reduced number of staff, rather than answering phone calls.  Rest assured we will contact you if there is a problem.

Thank you so much for your support. We really are doing our very best to manage this constantly evolving situation and will of course update you with any further developments as they arise.


Keeping spirits up at Trewartha

Our caring staff have been keeping spirits uplifted at Trewartha by taking part in all sorts of activities with our lovely residents recently.

Trewartha’s resident Iris has a surprise visit

Imagine our surprise when yesterday, our lovely resident Iris had a surprise visit from her husband Bob and her daughter Trish!

Trewartha’s Eunice – chit chats across the pond

Last week, Trewartha’s resident, Eunice, received a surprise photo of her beautiful new great granddaughter Arabella.

Easter eggs donation

Easter is going to be different for many of us this year but, thanks to the generosity of local food outlets, Easter eggs will still be on the menu for our hard-pressed staff.

Residents receive ‘cheer boxes’ from students at Redruth School

Year 7 students at Redruth School have sent what they’ve entitled ‘cheer boxes’ to the residents of The Green.

Woodland House receive donation from Boots Opticians

Staff from Boots Opticians in Truro chose Woodland House as their charity of the month.

Painting with Lights with Trevern residents

On Tuesday evening, our residents at Trevern were introduced to a new creative way of expressing themselves - Painting with lights.

News from Trevern in March

Trevern were overjoyed recently to receive enough in donations to help provide more fabulous activities for residents.

Woodland residents get some Oomph! at Eden

Residents from Cornwall Care’s Woodland care home in St Austell recently enjoyed a trip to the Eden Project as part of a new partnership with Oomph!,

We had such fun celebrating National Care Home Open Day 2018

On Saturday 21st April, Cornwall Care opened its doors to the public to help raise awareness of National Care Home Open Day and also to invite people in to view their homes, meet the residents and staff and have a cuppa.

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