Birchley Road, Billinge, Wigan, WN5 7QJ
Birchley Hall is a welcoming care home in a beautiful and characterful Grade-II listed Tudor manor house, set in a peaceful location.
Our historic home is set against a backdrop of mature woodland and landscaped gardens, overlooking a picturesque lake.
We have 28 rooms, each with a unique theme and homely feel. We encourage personalisation such as photographs, ornaments, other treasured keepsakes or even small items of furniture that will help make it feel more like home. Our aim is to provide a sense of security and comfort.
We pride ourselves on providing high standards of individualised residential and dementia care for people across St Helens and the surrounding areas, in a warm and homely environment.
Our experienced team is committed to providing kind, dignified and compassionate care for our residents – delivering bespoke plans to help people remain independent for as long as possible. Chefs at Birchley serve up a delicious, varied and nutritionally-balanced menu of home-cooked food.
Our activities coordinator oversees a diverse programme of enjoyable pursuits and social events, all tailored to the interests of residents.
At Birchley Hall we pride ourselves on providing high standards of individualised residential and dementia care for people across St Helens and the surrounding areas.
Manager at Birchley Hall
After volunteering with various mental health and eating disorder charities I began working in the care sector in 2017 and became the manager of Birchley Hall in 2018.
My focus is on illnesses that affect the brain, the stigma that still surrounds such conditions and the recognition that anyone affected must receive an individual, person-centred approach to providing a care package that is appropriate and meaningful to them.
My experience includes being a listening volunteer with The Samaritans, a board member at Feast-ed (Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders) and a steering committee member for World Eating Disorders Day. I have also been involved in support groups for people with eating disorders and their families and carers.
A married father and grandfather, I love to spend time with my family. I also have a keen interest in football and motorcycles.
Birchley Hall is in the leafy village of Billinge, a quiet and pleasant residential area in the borough of St Helens, just four miles south west of Wigan, three miles north east of St Helens, 15 miles east of Liverpool and 26 miles west of Manchester.
We are easily accessible by car and public transport. Our home is close to the A580 East Lancashire Road, which is on a local bus route, while the M6 and M58 motorways are a short drive away. There are also several railway stations close by.Get Directions
While visiting my friend I am always made welcome by all the staff, they are on hand if the residents need anything. Visitors are invited to afternoon tea, we can sit outside weather permitting. Hygiene and cleanliness is very good. They have a varied choice of meals and always seem to enjoy the food. Most of the residents seem to be content, they are friendly and come to have a chat with me and my friend, which I enjoy very much.- Friend Of Resident
The staff at Birchley Hall are fantastic. My dad has settled in thanks to the caring staff. As family members they keep us updated on all aspects of dads care. As a family we are happy with dads care.- Daughter of Resident
My husband is the resident, he settled in straight away. Clean room, staff very caring, good laundry system, clothes always clean and ironed. Entertainment to keep residents happy. Dining room set out nice and serve sensible food.- Wife of Resident
Extremely friendly and helpful. Regular attention, drinks, ect. Rooms and other areas kept clean. Residents treated with dignity. Good communication with relatives.- Son-in-law of Resident
Since coming to Birchley Hall Care Home, my mum has thrived. She is eating and drinking better and more stimulated. The staff are always pleasant and allow visiting at any time. Seeing my mum settled has given us as a family a peace of mind.- Daughter of Resident
An organist from nearby St Aiden’s Church paid a visit to Birchley Hall in Billinge, St Helens. He sang and played hymns and old-time classics on our own Yamaha organ – and the residents enjoyed singing along. Meanwhile, visits from local nurse...
A group of under two-year-olds and their carers from a local nursery visited residents and staff of Birchley Hall in Billinge, St Helens We all had such a good time that fortnightly get-togethers – and some visits for two to four-year-olds as well...
Double celebrations at our Tudor manor house in Billinge, St Helens October was a month to remember for Grade II listed Birchley Hall when harvest festival celebrations and a very special birthday party for one resident took place on the same day. ...
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Telephone: 01744 894 893
Birchley Hall Care Home offers flexible visiting hours to suit the individual needs of residents and families.