“Our Mission is to be the Residential Home of choice for Radcliffe on Trent and the local area and for our building and gardens to be viewed as a village asset”
• ensure that the Home is a pleasant and secure place in which to live and that each individual resident receives the level of supportive care appropriate to their circumstances;
• provide a stimulating and interesting environment for our residents – and continually seek new ways of developing this;
• recruit the best available staff and develop and monitor them throughout their employment to ensure we have a strong culture of ‘care and compassion’;
• constantly review the operation of the Home and its facilities, keep in touch with ‘best practices’ within the care profession, and adopt as appropriate;
• manage the finances of the Home in a responsible and business-like way, bearing in mind its charitable status;
• collaborate with local organisations in fund-raising activities and continue to investigate sources of funding for major items of expenditure.
Agreed at the December 2015 Committe Meeting.
In 1955 the Manor House was acquired for the purpose of providing a residential home for the elderly. It is one of only 5 buildings in Radcliffe on Trent to have a Grade 2 listing.
1965 saw Radcliffe Manor House become a registered charity, a non-profit making trust run by a committee of volunteers which continues to this day.
The Manor House benefits from generous bequests and donations from residents and their relatives and local people. All of our income is ultimately spent on our residents.
Like many non-profit making charities funding is key and the Home’s committee is continually looking to identify potential sources of funding to ensure the Home continues to provide the local area with this well respected charitable home for the elderly.
If you think you might be able to help us please get in touch.