Our Care Home Portfolio From the Air – Just Don’t Look Down!
We are all used to seeing our care homes up close but have you ever wondered what they are like from above? Drone based photography certainly presents them in a new light, especially when the home has its very own rooftop garden & bowling green….or enjoys an adjoining lake…or woodland…or open, expansive common land. Grove Park, as you can see is one for the rugby fans, with its grandstand view of the local rugby pitch (actually it’s also got the best topiary you will ever see in a care home but you can’t see that!)
If you prefer moving images click here but if you suffer from vertigo stay with these photographs and enjoy! As I’m sure you’ll agree, seeing the care homes in their broader context with adjacent natural features shows that there is far more to our care homes than just bricks and mortar.
Silvermere Care Home and Silvermere Lake. Residents often pop over for a round of golf and drink at the 19th, which overlooks the lake.
Rooftop garden at The Hawthorns Aldridge. There is a long bowling green, giant chess and plenty of tables and chairs. The wind breaks keep everyone on the ground but its definitely one for the warmer months!
The terraces and parasols of the Hawthorns Aldridge.
Garden path & patio at Derby Heights with its gazebo and shady spots.
The same garden minus the altitude….
Avalon Court’s popular rooftop garden. No bowling green here but splendid views of Tile Hill Woods and there is real big sky to enjoy.
Avalon Court sits opposite Tile Hill Woods
Merlin Court Care Home & Marlborough Common behind. Marlborough College play rugby here, but it is still only a few minutes walk from the town centre.
The sun terrace at Grove Park in Headingley, Leeds. There is some topiary down there, lovingly crafted by the home’s residents.
And a vertigo inducing view of the terrace.