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The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home, Warrington

Fir Tree Lane, Burtonwood, Warrington, Cheshire WA5 4NN


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Welcome to The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home

Our ever-popular The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home is able to care for 60 residents, including those who require round the clock general nursing care and those who feel the impact of Dementia on their daily lives, requiring specialist care.

Daily life at The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home is enhanced by a ‘hidden gem’ of an enclosed courtyard which overflows with flowers, shrubs and raised flower beds; a beautiful place for everyone to enjoy! Many of the rooms overlook the courtyard and it is easily accessed by you and your loved ones.

We have an extremely dedicated team at The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home and they are passionate about what they do. Resident care plans reflect all that an individual would want and need for their care to be delivered in the way they choose, with independence and dignity as prime considerations. All care teams are dedicated to delivering the best of care to all residents and work closely with GP’s and other clinical professionals from the local area to ensure that residents are well cared for.

Our bedrooms

The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home has 58 single rooms and one double room, with 48 being are en-suite and all of which are beautifully decorated and a good size. When you are ready to move into The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home, we would encourage you to bring in items to really make your room your own, bringing in a touch of sentiment. Many of our bedrooms overlook our wonderful courtyard which is easily accessible for residents with varying mobility; whichever room you choose, we’re sure you’ll be very happy.

Our food

Our food is of the best quality to ensure that you love what you eat and get everything you need nutritionally, too. Here at The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home, we understand that nutrition and hydration is the foundation of an individual’s wellbeing. We make sure that our food and drink is at the centre of our social culture; whether it’s breakfast, or an evening’s entertainment, the food & drink will always go beyond expectations and, what’s more – there’s no washing up to do!

Our Head Chef loves to speak with our residents regarding the menu that we offer and is always happy to accommodate special requests for a favourite dish.

Lots of special events take place throughout the year, with friends and family welcome to book a dining table for breakfast, lunch, or dinner to share those times and create special moments and memories.

Our activities

Our activities are second to none. Whether it’s a game of cards with the grandchildren or a musical extravaganza with lights and a full band, you can be sure of a vibrant social scene at The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home!

Our activities not only encourage our residents to continue with lifelong hobbies but to also try new ones. Our dedicated activity teams are happy to promote, encourage and attend any activity to ensure that your loved ones continue have fun and fulfilment in their lives, and family members are welcome to join in too. Our aim is to promote stimulation for the mind and body, as well as general wellbeing.

Here at The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home, we have our very own newsletter for residents and their families to let everyone know about the wonderful goings on at the home.

Our minibus ensures that our residents enjoy the best of trips out too. From the best garden centre in the area to the sea front down the road – whatever we do and wherever we go, we always make sure we follow the desires of our residents.

Services Offered

verified_user Residential Care

We provide care to those who need support or companionship to ensure that all needs are met, no matter what they might be. Our residential support and care is ideal for those of our residents who do not require nursing care or nursing care associated with dementia.

verified_user Nursing Care

We provide nursing care for those who require the extra care and support of a skilled & fully qualified nurse available to them 24hrs a day.

verified_user Dementia Care

Our teams are trained to care for our residents with dementia and understand how stimulating environments, activities and interactions are essential.



  • Own furniture can be brought in
  • Residents kitchenette
  • Telephone points in bedrooms
  • Television points in bedrooms
  • Residents Internet access
  • Gardens for residents
  • Pets welcome (by prior arrangement)
  • Lift to first floor
  • Wheelchair access
  • Minibus transport for excursions
  • Close to a variety of shops
  • Near to public transport

Room Information

  • 58 single rooms
  • 1 shared room
  • 48 rooms with en-suite WC

Languages Spoken by Staff

English, Arabic, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil

Other Care Provided

  • Respite Care

Funding Types Accepted

  • Local Authority Funding
  • Local Authority Funding & Top Up
  • NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) Funding
  • Private/Self Funding

Admission Restrictions

The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home accepts individuals aged 65+. All admissions will have a pre-admission assessment.


The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home has a private car park with disabled parking bays, for people visiting the home. There is no charge to use the cark park.

Visiting The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home

Contact with relatives and friends is fundamental to their resident’s health and well-being and visits are encouraged.

There are no restrictions or booking requirements to visit The Old Vicarage & The Willows Care Home; however different rules apply should there be a Covid-19 outbreak, and they ask to not visit during ‘protected mealtimes’ unless is a part of the essential caregiver role.

Burtonwood, Warrington

Burtonwood is a village in the civil parish of Burtonwood and Westbrook, in the Borough of Warrington, Cheshire, England. It is known worldwide as the location of the former RAF Station Burtonwood military camp.

The village currently has two public houses, the Chapel House and the Fiddle i’th Bag Inn, three social clubs and three churches, St. Michael’s, St. Paul of the Cross and the Methodist church1. There are also two recreational parks and three nature reserves: Wheatacre Woods, the Old Colliery Moss and an area known as the Picnik Area which is accessed primarily from the footpath adjacent to the bowling green.


Meet the Team

Ally Greenall

Care Home Manager

Sarah Powell

Deputy Manager

Jishadh Kallidukkil

Clinical Lead

Jo Smalley


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