We believe in providing a secure, homely and caring environment whilst meeting the needs of all our Residents
Vision & Values
A Home from Home. Quality care, delivered in a safe Environment

Our Values

Working together. Working in collaboration with community services to ensure optimum care.
Person Centred Care. Working with residents & relatives to develop holistic plans of care. 
Skilled Staff. To ensure that our staff are valued, skilled and up to date with training to deliver quality care. 
Dignity & Respect. ‘Treat as you would like to be treated’ – to ensure that everyone is treated with the utmost respect.

What we believe

Our philosophy of care is based on the belief that everyone is an individual with individual needs. The care that residents receive should therefore be personal, showing respect for their integrity and understanding their social, spiritual and psychological needs.
We believe that because our residents are in their mature years, they are unique and are still able to achieve and develop, working in partnership with family, staff and our excellent local practitioners.
"A family run home that believes in your individual needs"
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The Home is registered to accommodate a maximum of eighteen residents in fourteen single and two double rooms. All rooms are centrally heated, have colour televisions and a 24-hour emergency call system. 
Arrangements can be made for a private telephone and internet connection if required. Although rooms are fully furnished, residents may bring small items of furniture, pictures, ornaments etc. with them for their own rooms. 

There is a communal lounge, a separate dining room, a library and patio gardens at the front and rear of the Home. There is also a passenger lift.

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Our offering
A monthly programme of activities and outings are offered throughout the year.
There are regular visits by a chiropodist, optician and hairdresser. Church visitors of all denominations are always welcome. Prospective residents are encouraged to view the accommodation and discuss their needs prior to admission. Copies of our Residents’ Guide, Statement of Purpose and the latest Care Quality Commission Report are available on request. It is also suggested that the first four weeks of residence shall be regarded as a trial period. 

Short stay residents and day care clients are accommodated whenever possible.


Service provided

The service covered by fees is full 24-hour care. End of life care is provided with the consent and support of the residents’ General Practitioner. A personal laundry service is provided on the premises.
“St. Clare has a warm and friendly atmosphere and Residents are encouraged to maintain their independence and personal choice and as far as circumstances will allow, assume responsibility for their own lifestyle”

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Registered with:

  • Care Quality Commission
  • Member of The West Sussex Forum
  • Associate Member of the Registered Nursing Home Association.
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