Little Bramingham Farm is a residential care home set in the outskirts of Luton, Bedfordshire. It is one of nine care homes run by the not-for-profit charity Friends of the Elderly. Our focus is to give older people in our care the chance to live fulfilled lives, whether they stay with us for a longer residential stay, or a short-term respite break. Find out more about our Luton care home below and use the contact form or phone number to get in touch with the care team.
About Little Bramingham Farm
Category: Residential care
Set on the outskirts of Luton, Bedfordshire, Little Bramingham Farm offers an oasis of calm in an urban environment. Our attractive grounds have been developed over the years by our residents and our dedicated staff team. They include a garden that’s a perfect space to relax and read, or talk to friends and family.
All of our rooms at Little Bramingham Farm are spacious, light, airy and have en-suite bathrooms. The home also features a cosy lounge and dining room.
We have a dedicated, well-trained and compassionate team that specialises in providing residential care. Every resident has different needs, which is why we create a specialised care plan for each person – ensuring your needs are met.
We have an active social calendar at Little Bramingham Farm, including movie nights, exercise groups, and yoga therapy, cheese and wine evenings, pub lunch outings, show entertainment, family days in the garden and trips out.
Friends and family are always welcome to visit. Whether it’s sharing a meal, enjoying an activity or spending quality time together in our new pub and pub garden. For the green fingered there is also our brand new allotment gardens, where you can either be hands on or enjoy watching others working their plot. Produce from the allotments will be enjoyed as part of your meals at Little Bramingham Farm.
We have a menu of delicious, nutritious meals to enjoy – all freshly prepared by our catering staff.
Little Bramingham Farm combines a historical Grade II listed farmhouse with a purpose built extension. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is a picturesque place to live!
“We make sure people have as much freedom, independence and choice as possible.
Our residents are encouraged to get involved and make the most of the social opportunities that are on offer. We employ activity co-ordinators who organise a stimulating timetable of activities. For example, we recently enjoyed putting on an Easter Eggstravaganza, which attracted nearly 500 visitors who joined our residents for pottery sessions, Easter crafts, Go Karts, home cooked food and more. Everyone from the home and the community enjoyed a fantastic day!
Our team of staff are carefully selected to ensure they offer the best quality of care to our residents. We consider our home a happy place to work and can boast employees who have worked with us for over 20 years, ensuring continuous and familiar support for our residents.”
Friends of the Elderly are committed to providing care you can count on
All our care homes use technology such as electronic care planning and acoustic listening to keep our residents safe.
We have a devoted property team who work to keep our homes safe and secure.
We run a Dementia Education Programme in partnership with Worcester University, to ensure our staff know how to best support our residents living with dementia.
We provide regular training around Infection Prevention Control, and we are Covid Wise.
We are proud that many of our staff have worked with us for over 20 years, allowing us to provide consistent care teams to best support our residents.
Fees are based on an assessment of your individual care needs and will be calculated following a visit. Our fees at Little Bramingham Farm start from £1,250 per week depending on need.
Friends of the Elderly, registered charity in England and Wales (no 226064); registered company in England and Wales (no 133850).
Registered office 40-42 Ebury Street, London SW1W 0LZ. A company limited by guarantee.