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Braemar Lodge - Salisbury - 01722 439700

Braemar Lodge (Braemar House) purpose built in 2007 is a beautiful home in the city of Salisbury. As well as providing five star luxury accommodations we are conveniently situated just a short distance from the local shops, and Doctors’ surgeries. And a short car journey to the cathedral.

Welcome:

Braemar Lodge offers 55 beautifully appointed bedrooms, featuring flat screen televisions with freeview, all bedrooms have en-suite facilities. The moment visitors step into the reception area an atmosphere of warmth and friendliness is evident. A few steps from reception is the well appointed dining room and both ground and garden floors have a large lounges with comfortable armchairs and sofas. The garden lounge has access to the well stocked garden where a relaxing walk can be enjoyed. On the first floor there is small quiet lounge, an activity room and a leisure room with computers and exercise area.

Braemar Lodge has been given a score of 9 out of 10 by residents and relatives on an independent care home review site. To read reviews CLICK HERE

Upcoming Events:

Click HERE to view the fun activities planned for August 2014 on our Monthly Activity Planner!

Come along for our Mill Cottage Farm visit on Monday 1 September 2014 from 2pm until 4pm in our Garden. See lots of animals! All welcome...

Our September Events are booked! Have a look to see what is planned for our residents, family and friends at Braemar Lodge...

Braemar Lodge

18-20 Stratford Road
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP1 3JH
T - 01722 439700
E -BraemarReception@ColtenCare.co.uk

  • Home Manager - Alison Bremner

    Alison and her Australian husband have been married for 25 years and have a teenage son and daughter. She is an experienced Registered Nurse with a real passion for holistic care. Alison spent her early years working abroad in a varied professional capacity including dementia care. Alison has spent the past 11 years at a care home in Wiltshire achieving her NVQ 4 in management in March 2006. She joined Colten Care in December 2008.

    To contact Alison please telephone 01722 439700 or use the contact form below.

  • Head of Care - Jackie Cash

    Jackie is an experienced registered nurse who trained and spent 15 years in the RAF. Since 1993 she has worked in elderly care both in the NHS and private sector. Jackie has gained a diploma in Health & Social Care and she is also a NVQ assessor. Jackie was born in Salisbury and lives in Durrington with her husband and two children.

  • Receptionist – Christine Broadley

    Christine joined at the opening of Braemar Lodge; she was previously working in a doctor’s surgery. Christine lives locally with her husband; her two children have now grown up and have flown the coop so to speak. Her interests are needlework and music.

  • Receptionist - Sue Lock

    Sue joined Colten Care as weekend receptionist at Braemar Lodge in January 2008. She then took on the role as Relief Receptionist covering holidays or sickness in other Colten Care Homes and later moved on to the Hotel Services Department in an administrative role. Sue now works Friday to Monday at Braemar Lodge as Receptionist. In her spare time Sue enjoys gardening, helping her Sister Sarah arrange wedding flowers and playing Sudoku.

  • Acitivity Organiser - Sylvie Rodulson

    Sylvie has worked at Braemar Lodge since its opening in 2007 as a Health Care Assistant and Trainer in Moving and Handling. She has over 11 years experience working in the care environment. Sylvia is embracing her new role at Braemar with tremendous enthusiasm. Her spare time is spent on Art & Craft, Zumba, Pilates and walking her 3 dogs.

  • Activity Organiser – Martin Cannings

    Martin is a very creative Organiser, he and the residents particularly enjoy art and craft sessions. Martin is fascinated and loves spending time hearing about the residents past life history. He was born in Salisbury, during his spare time he enjoys cooking and spending time with his nephews and nieces.

  • Chef - Frankie Collingwood

    Frankie Collingwood has over 21 years experience. Her career changed slightly when she moved into a military kitchen where she furthered her culinary skills catering for military dinner evenings and mess balls. Whilst in this position Frankie competed in a variety of competitions at various levels being awarded many degrees of success. She had become an experienced and accomplished chef by this time and in May 2008 she joined Colten Care at their Braemar Lodge Home in Salisbury.

     

  • Chef - Malcolm Lewis

    Malcolm was born in Fordingbridge and grew up in Ringwood before joining the Army at 17 years old, he is married with 2 grown up daughters and now lives in Salisbury. Malcolm gained his chef and management training whilst serving a full 2 year career in the Army Catering Corps. Whilst in the Army he achieved rank of Warrant Officer Class 1, through managing various kitchens and large unit catering outlets. Malcolm considers the highlight of his career was holding the position of Head Chef at the Royal Milatary Academy, Sandhurst, during this time he catered for Her Majesty the Queen along with other Royals and visiting dignitaries on numerous occasions. Malcolm joined the Breamar Lodge team in August 2011, he enjoys the day to day challenges of meeting the residents culinary needs and trying to exceed their expections on every occasion.

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