Arrange a visit today 0333 2419707

Premium long-term, respite and convalescent care in idyllic country settings

Introducing Stow Healthcare Memory Centres!

We are pleased to announce the opening of our first Memory Centre — Maple Memory Centre — a luxury home that specifically cares for people with memory challenges, situated within Brandon Park Nursing Home, owned and operated by Stow Healthcare for the Catchpole family.

Family Values

Award Winning Service

Alt Text
Alt Text
Alt Text
Alt Text
Alt Text

Philosophy of Care

Family Values

We make a personal commitment to the people placed in our care based on our own family values

Premium Care

We strive to deliver independence and dignity to all of our residents

Beautiful Surroundings

We believe that each resident should receive the best care possible in a well-resourced, supportive and secure environment

A History of Stow Healthcare

Stow Healthcare was founded by The Catchpole Family in 2010 and is run as a family business. The Catchpole Family and the other members of the Senior Management Team bring with them a wealth of skills and professionalism, each enjoying particular areas of expertise.

As a family owned and run business, we know how important it is to select a care home that meets your needs and one that you and your family feel comfortable in.

Stow Healthcare offers a truly personal service, with professional staff, first class care, stunning locations and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Our residents are at the centre of life in our homes. Privacy, dignity and independence are at the heart of what we provide and we seek frequent feedback from our residents and their families to ensure that we get every detail right.

We look forward to welcoming you to any of our homes at your convenience, where you will experience firsthand everything that makes life with Stow Healthcare special.

Meet the Team

Roger Catchpole
Managing Director

Roger founded Stow Healthcare in 2010 and serves as Managing Director for the group. He holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance, an...

Ruth French
Operations Director

Ruth has spent the previous decade working for Central Government (Department for Trade and Industry, later Business, Innovation and Skills, and the Cabinet Office)...

0333 241 9707

Call now to speak to someone about staying in one of homes or get care advice for you or your loved one. We are here to help.

Email to request a call back or arrange a visit to one of our care homes

Email us

The safety of your loved ones is our top priority.

We will continue to offer 30 min pre-booked visits inside homes, or in the garden wherever possible.  Where residents cannot access our safe indoor or outdoor visiting areas, visits may take place in their bedroom.  We will also offer visits in our Covid-safe visiting screened visiting areas.  There may be scope for longer visits where this will not impact on visits being made to other residents in the home.

In general, Stow Healthcare is enabling up to two named visitors to attend at one time.  This limit may be raised at the home’s discretion where more people can be accommodated in the designated visiting area.  It is unlikely that more than two people will be able to conduct a bedroom visit together unless it is a very large room.  All contact visitors will have to adhere to lateral flow testing and wear PPE.  Physical contact is still discourage by the government, although they suggest that hand holding is acceptable if hand wishing protocols are followed.  The government guidance sets out further detail for visitors.

Essential Care Givers are supported by our homes in line with government guidance.  For more information about this process, please ask the home manager.  We are able to provide you with a protocol that sets out your rights and responsibilities and implications for your testing.

Additional visitors may be able to attend for screened visits, in addition to the named close contact visitors.  Please note, it may not be possible to offer a resident more than one visiting opportunity a week, although where there is capacity, we will be glad to help you.

Visits for Children –  Children are permitted to visit our homes. Any visits involving children should be carefully considered by the family, with advice sought from the home manager where necessary. Children aged 11 and over should wear the same PPE as adult visitors. Children under the age of 3 should not wear masks, for safety reasons. There should be no close physical contact between babies or young children and the residents they are visiting.  We would ask any visitors to carefully consider whether the visiting environment will work for a child, as movement in the visiting area will be limited and may not be suitable for children who are mobile.

Pets - Well behaved pets on a lead may attend the homes.

Visits out of the homes that do not pose a high risk may also be made by residents.  Further detail can be found by accessing the government guidance.

You can find detailed information about visiting processes by reading our Visitors Protocol.