Care Homes in Malvern

Specialists in residential, nursing and dementia care

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Welcome to our Malvern care homes

Friends of the Elderly own and manage three care homes in Malvern, Worcestershire. Friends of the Elderly is not-for-profit charity dedicated to helping older people in the UK. 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 Malvern care home below and use the contact form or phone number to get in touch with the care team.

About Friends of the Elderly Malvern

Category: Residential, nursing and dementia care

With a person-focused approach to care, Davenham, Bradbury Court and Perrins House are picturesque homes situated in beautiful grounds in Malvern. Specialising in care for people with dementia, as well as residential and nursing care, we have a dedicated, well-trained and compassionate team of staff on hand to ensure that Malvern feels like home.

Across the three homes at Friends of the Elderly Malvern, our rooms have en-suite facilities, and views overlooking the beautiful gardens and Malvern Hills. With bright and airy lounges, spacious dining rooms and a sun room, alongside an extensive library, sensory garden and an onsite galleried chapel, Malvern is designed to make you feel at home.

We create personalised care plans for each of our residents, meaning an individual 24-hour care package is tailored to specific needs.

At each of our Malvern homes we’re also able to offer respite care.

Registered managers for Malvern care homes are Elaine Banks (Bradbury court), Suzanne Park (Davenham), Rachel Knighton (Perrins house).

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  • Joined and sharing the same grounds and management team , Malvern homes are specialised to offer different types of care – residential care, nursing care and dementia care.
  • You may move between Davenham, Bradbury Court and Perrins House as your needs may change so that you can be in the home that keeps you as independent as possible while meeting your needs. This avoids the need for you to find a new home while also offering consistency and maintaining an already well established relationship.
  • We are very fortunate to have a strong activity team, led by a co-ordinator who supports activities across the three homes. For example we have a lovely tea room in Bradbury Court which is accessible every day but more formally opened and ran by volunteers weekly where residents from all the homes come to meet up and socialise.
  • We offer a varied programme of events at Malvern, including seated exercise classes, quizzes, visiting entertainment, trips out for a pub lunch or tea and cake – activities are tailored to each resident.
  • Choose from a wide range of nutritious, delicious meals, alongside a range of snacks and fruit available in between meal times.
  • As the former family home of the famous Dyson Perrins dynasty enjoy the beautiful buildings and stunning grounds– perfect for sitting outside and enjoying a good day’s weather, reading a book and meeting family.
  • Our rooms come fully furnished, however residents are encouraged bring their own personal furniture and belongings to make their room comfortable and homely.

CQC Report

CQC Report Overall: Requires improvement
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Last inspected
18th March 2019

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Suzanne Park, Davenham Care Home Manager

I have worked in the Care Sector for over 36 years – 26 of those years have been with Friends of the Elderly at Davenham care home.

I grew up in a family-orientated household filled with laughter and love, which has been a strong influence on my career in care. We keep in regular contact with all the resident’s families, which helps us tailor our care for everyone’s needs and requirements. This extends throughout the entire team here, ensuring Davenham provides a safe and loving home for all.

At college, I was asked what my ambition was and I said, ‘I want to run a care home’. I feel very privileged to do what I do and honoured to work with my team to keep our residents happy and living full and meaningful lives.

Elaine Banks, Bradbury Court Care Home Manager

I first joined the care sector when I was 17 years old, joining Bradbury Court care home, which specialises in dementia care, six years ago.

At Bradbury Court, we are a family made up of our residents, their relatives and loved ones and the caring team who are devoted to making a positive impact to each of our residents’ lives with personalised care and activity plans.

Dementia care can have its challenges but is also incredibly rewarding. Our ‘Namaste’ programme, which uses sensory tools to create a calming atmosphere, has had a huge benefit for residents. It is wonderful to be leading a team that has such a focus on activities that engage residents living with dementia.

I feel proud to work with the team at Bradbury Court who are so dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of our residents through the care we provide.

Rachel Knighton, Perrins House Care Home Manager

My background is in nursing and I have been in the care sector for over 30 years, with roles at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and a hospice in Solihull.

In 2015, I was delighted to become Care Home Manager at Perrins House, which specialises in nursing care in Malvern.

I love being a part of a caring team that devotes each day to keeping our residents motivated, engaged and safe. Their health and well-being are our main priority and Perrins House is their home. We are a family and all the team work to make each day a good day for each resident.

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 Friends of the Elderly Malvern start from £1,095 per week for residential care, £1,285 per week for nursing care and £1,355 per week for specialist dementia care.

For more information download our fees information sheet for our Malvern care homes.

“I feel very secure here and in safe hands. This is just like being at home.”

A Resident

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Contact Us

If you would like to speak to us about any aspect of finding a care home or would like to book an appointment over the phone, please call us on:

 01905 388 720 (Care home)

 03305 550 378 (Central office)


Friends of the Elderly Malvern
148 Graham Road
Worcestershire, WR14 2HY

Telephone: 01905 388720
Fax: 01684 575 491