• Warming Hearts this Winter

    Tickets now available for our special Christmas concert. Read more

  • ABP Southampton Marathon

    Places available for 10K, half or full marathon. Click here for details

  • Why Support Brendoncare?

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  • Brendoncare Alton receives a royal visit

    Our Patron HRH The Countess of Wessex unveiled a 35th birthday plaque. Read more

Brendoncare is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for older people through our care homes, close care facilities and social clubs across the South of England.

We have 10 care homes across the south of England, each with its own distinctive character, some with specialist dementia units.

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We have four close care sites providing the independence and security of home ownership, together with access to many caring and communal facilities, giving peace of mind.

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Brendoncare Clubs are friendship and wellbeing clubs dedicated to providing older people with opportunities for social interaction and to meet new friends in a welcoming and supportive environment.

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Your donations help to improve the lives of older people in the South. See how you can become involved and support our vital work.

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We are always looking for people who are engaged, committed and really want to make a difference to the lives of older people.

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Volunteering has an enormous impact on what we are able to achieve and the services we are able to deliver. Find out more about how you can help.

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Tor Robbins at Brendoncare Park Road is a winner!

Winchester-based charity, The Brendoncare Foundation, is pleased to announce that Tor (Victoria) Robbins, Administrator at Brendoncare Park Road, won the ‘Non-Care Employee of the Year’ category award at the recent Hampshire Care Awards.

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Warming Hearts this Winter

This Christmas we are working hard to raise funds and awareness of the difficulties which can face older people over winter. We'd like to thank two members of the Weeke Friendship Club, Mary and Rose, for telling us about how the winter months affect them, and how their club helps to cheer them up.

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