twenty five years ago, the finishing touches were being put
to a purpose-built residential care home. Nestling behind St
Mary's Church in the small country town of Sturminster Newton,
Nazareth Lodge was designed to become one of the leading care
homes in the whole of Dorset.
location was carefully chosen; close to the town center and
shops yet quietly situated in its own landscaped gardens. South
facing terrace, idyllic views - Nazareth Lodge really does have
pride of place in the town!
under the ownership and personal supervision of Camilla Trimble,
the home has a reputation for having created a warm, friendly
and caring atmosphere in ideal surroundings. This is reflected
in Miss Trimble's personal philosophy about the care home:
has always been my aim to provide the highest possible standard
of care in a relaxed and friendly environment. There is an excellent
team around me, coupled with the enormous benefits of Nazareth
Lodge being a purpose built home, I believe that my aim has
Trimble and her long-serving team of dedicated staff, maintain
a genuine concern for residents' independence, privacy and safety
at all times. From your initial enquiry through to settling
in for your first night and beyond, they promise to make life
as easy as possible for you and those around you.
decision to move into a residential care home is not one to
be taken lightly. You may have the luxury of a carefully planned
transition - or find yourself with a sudden change in life's
priorities. It can be a worrying time.
Nazareth Lodge, we genuinely understand this. We are renowned
for our patience. Nothing is too much trouble - and we answer
ALL your questions fully and frankly. Our main concern is that
your decision is the right one - and at the right time.
your family or professional advisers have their own questions
we are delighted to talk with them too. We encourage all relatives
and friends to become part of the Nazareth Lodge "Family".
Your friends and relatives can come and go pretty much as they
please - and many play an important part in life at Nazareth