Station Road, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Yorkshire, S13 7RB
Manager: Diane Whitehead Phone: 0114 294 0000
Coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions
Brunswick Gardens is currently adhering to local restrictions. There are currently no visits to or between apartments or bungalows (with the exception of support bubbles), and no non-essential visitors allowed to enter the village. There must be no socialising between groups of more than six outdoors (with the exception of support bubbles). The location bar is closed. Residents and visitors must adhere to social distancing measures.
There are over 300 residents living in the Village. Approximately a third of residents receive some help with their care. Dependent on individual circumstances, we can support residents with significant assessed care needs, including dementia.
Any person over the age of 55 is eligible to apply for a home in the Village. Priority is given to local people or those who have a local connection.
Our properties are available for rent, shared ownership and purchase.
We have 217 one and two bedroom apartments and bungalows, each with a hallway, kitchen, living room and shower room. Some homes also have balconies or shared patios.
Any furniture on display is for guideline purposes only and will not be included in the apartments.
Café Bar, Communal Parking Areas, Craft Room, Enriched Opportunities Suite (to support residents with dementia), Fitness Suite with Gym and Steam Room, Quiet Lounge, Greenhouse, IT Suite, Guest Suite, Hairdressing and Beauty Salon, Landscaped Gardens, Laundry, Library, Reception Area, Restaurant, Village Hall, Village Shop, Well-being Suite and Well-being Bathroom, Woodwork Room
Brunswick Gardens' Gym has a Facebook page - find out more!
The Village is a partnership. ExtraCare manages the services and the building is owned by our housing partner Your Housing Group: www.yourhousinggroup.co.uk
Joyce Loveday was heavily involved in the development of Brunswick Gardens long before it was built, mainly through her former links with Woodhouse Community Forum which supported the project from 2002. She attended weekly Friends meetings in a local club and helped organise activities and events.
Joyce is the first to admit she keeps herself very busy in the Village, working in the coffee bar twice a week, acting as a contact for the local charity shop and helping whenever she is needed. She is also taking weekly piano lessons with a tutor who comes to the Village.
She was one of the first to move in the Village and at the time said living there would seem like being on holiday in a hotel. She now says that has turned out to be true. She was previously lonely living on her own and avoided going out in the evenings. Those days are now over and she admits she doesn't know what she would have done as she got older if the Village had not been built.
As we all start to safely emerge from lockdown, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all who have supported our villages and residents over the last few months. And say thank you to the NHS and all key workers across the UK too as well as sending our thoughts to all communities where loved ones have been lost.
This video features our CEO, Mick Laverty, alongside some of our residents, to explain how the last few months have been and how we have so far achieved our mission to protect our community and create a safe haven for all.
Download a copy of our Tell Us Your Concern Form to raise any concerns you may have or use our We're Listening Form to rate your experience and provide us with your comments. We review this feedback regularly to improve services.
To enquire about living at Brunswick Gardens Village, please phone 0114 294 0000 or email Sam.Czajka@extracare.org.uk