Crawshaw Hall in Crawshawbooth, Rossendale, Lancashire, provides nursing and residential care for up to 50 residents. This includes long-term, short-term and respite care, as well as specialist care for people aged 18 and over with complex needs such as alzheimers, dementia and medical/physical disabilities. Crawshaw Hall is rated Good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Crawshaw Hall: At a glance
50 single bedrooms
Medical care available
CQC rated Good
Varied activity programme
Long-serving staff team
Fresh, home-cooked meals
“The registered manager and staff team have a clear commitment to high-quality, person-centred care” Read our CQC report
Crawshaw Hall is split over two adjoining buildings. The main building, the former mansion of Lord Crawshaw built in 1830, is allocated to residents with dementia/alzheimer’s, and other complex needs, who require more specialist support, such as help with meals, personal care, and medications.
Most of the rooms in this part of the building are en-suite and many retain original features from the period. We encourage residents to bring their own furnishings to make their room feel as homely as possible. There is also a large, comfortable lounge along with a spacious dining room.
The newer part of the building (opened in 1995)is designed to provide nursing and residential care to young adults over the age 18 years who may have medical and/or physical disabilities.
All of the rooms in this building are en-suite and there are also several lounges and a dining area where fresh home cooked food is served.
The home is set in over two acres of landscaped garden, offering a tranquil and pleasant environment for our residents.
We also offer a personal laundry service for all residents and as well as a hairdresser who attends weekly, we also have regular visits from an optician, dentist and chiropodist.
With a degree in leadership and management, Marc Karoo has worked in care since 2006. He was appointed to the position of Registered Manager in 2018.
Crawshaw Hall has a highly qualified, long-serving staff team who are committed to providing unrivalled person-centred care, ensuring our residents are safe,happy and comfortable in the home at all times.
Our Activity Programme
We provide a wide range of daily activities designed to encourage group involvement but also to meet individual needs, with the choice to participate resting solely with our residents.
Each day is different, but activities include bingo, dominoes, singing, reminiscence, arts and crafts and outings to local markets and shops and also local places of interest. We also encourage visits from local entertainers, such as choirs, singers, and groups.
Crawshaw Hall is situated in the village of Crawshawbooth. Local amenities are within walking distance and within two miles is Rawtenstall town centre and the M66. We are on a bus route which offers frequent bus services to Crashawbooth, Rawtenstall, Burnley, Bury, Blackburn, Bolton and Manchester.