The Manor

Purley, London Borough of Croydon

The Manor is a large character Manor House, close to the town of Purley providing a residential service for adults with learning disabilities and complex needs, including dementia.


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Some individuals may also have mobility issues.

The Manor has a caring, positive environment and is suitable for people who are in an older age group and require dedicated support for their individualised needs. A stair lift is available for individuals with limited mobility.

With large pleasant grounds, the home is set back from the road with a good level of privacy. One of the bedrooms also has a separate living and lounge area.

The team take a flexible, person centred approach supporting individuals to fulfil their goals and aspirations at their own pace.

There is a focus on supporting greater independence and helping people develop daily living, social and life skills.

Organising special events around people’s interests such as art, baking, music and playing pool take pride of place at The Manor. There is real encouragement to try new things and family and friends are always welcome to visit and join events and activities.

With good transport links to nearby Purley and the large town of Croydon, individuals can enjoy all the social and leisure amenities available as well as pursuing interests of their choice either independently or in groups.

Work opportunities and training courses in the local area are supported and encouraged.

Some individuals work at nearby Tandridge Hill Farm, caring for the animals on a working farm.

Residential Services

  • Residential service for adults – male and female
  • 14 bedrooms, 1 with separate living/lounge area 
  • Wheelchair accessible 

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  • Access to the local community
  • Bath
  • BBQ
  • Dining room
  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Pleasant gardens
  • Work opportunities

We are 94% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at June 2020)

“As ever, the constructive comments of the CQC are welcomed and as reflected in the report, we have identified areas for improvement. We have an action plan in place and required improvements are being made.
We are pleased to note that CQC identified that The Manor is caring, responsive and effective. They stated that the individuals we support are treated with kindness and respect and are offered choice about aspects of their daily lives.

We are also pleased to note that during the inspection the inspector observed that people’s interactions with staff were positive and that staff knew people well. People told CQC they thought staff were caring and felt people were settled and happy at the service. Staff also spoke positively about their work and how they supported people.

Our challenge is to ensure that we can consistently deliver and evidence that we are achieving the highest standards. The team at The Manor are committed to every aspect of the services we provide being at a consistently high-quality level. We look forward to welcoming the CQC on their return visit, at which time we are confident that improvements will be evidenced.”

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Views & Opinions

“The staff I see appear caring, the conversations are with humour and there is good interaction.”

Community Volunteer – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“I like to see when people are happy it’s just the little things.”

Consensus Colleague – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“I like making people happy, helping them do what they would like to do.”

Consensus Colleague – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“They respected the choices people made and gently encouraged people to think about their decisions if they may not be appropriate.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“Staff encourage people to maintain relationships with those who were important to them. A friend of a person told us they visited the service regularly to take the person and their friend who also used the service for lunch.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019