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Eileen, an experienced professional, ensures the highest standard of care for our residents.
Carol ensures all those back office activities are managed and up to date
Some of our team of dedicated carers who look after all the needs of our residents
The board are drawn from the membership of local churches. They oversea the management of the home and maintain our Christian ethos
Fifty plus years ago the leadership at West Croydon Baptist Church identified that when long standing members of their congregation became elderly and infirm, and needed assistance in their day to day life, the opportunities to receive that care and still be part of a Christian community were very limited.
At the instigation of the minister, Rev. Geoffrey King, a group of people from the church formed a working group to see what could be done and in 1964 the opportunity arose to purchase the house and, some years later, the bungalow, that is now Burrell Mead, together with the finance to do it.
In the period since then we have provided a home within a Christian fellowship for many residents, and still today allow people to receive the physical and spiritual care they need.
Burrell Mead is a Not-for-Profit Organisation. We own our own buildings, so residents' fees are channelled directly into providing the best care possible at an affordable rate