See us on film

  • Colten Care worked with St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery to create the Sharing Shorelines events for people in the community with dementia. An opportunity to enjoy and discuss art - all captured in poetry.
  • A short 6 minute film to explain the role of residential & nursing homes in care of the older person, featuring contributions from charities, experts, care home staff, residents and their relatives. Our warmest thanks go to all who contributed, making this film possible.
  • Here is a short film that shows how Colten Care brings our five values to life each day in our homes. This film showcases residents and relatives discussing their experiences as well as testimonials. To see more films created by Colten Care please visit our channel at
  • See our two minute heartwarming film, proving age is no barrier to learning or making friends as pupils from Durlston Court visit Kingfishers Residential and Nursing Care Home, part of Colten Care.
  • As part of an ongoing partnership with the Chewton Glen, twelve of our chefs hone their skills at The Kitchen cookery school, by learning new ways to create well-balanced, colourful and tasty meals for our residents across our 20 care homes.
  • A short film showcasing our inaugural Colten Champions Awards. An internal awards programme, set out to recognise those who consistently deliver above and beyond expectations!
  • Colten Care homes in the New Forest area took part in a Strictly Come Tea Dance in aid of Children in Need 2018. Each home competed with a different dance style for a chance to win the prize glitter ball!
  • International Dance Day, held on the 29th April each year, celebrates the importance of all genres of dance to improve health and wellbeing. This year our teams and residents celebrated it in our homes, displaying and impressive array of creativity and dance moves!
  • ONE TEAM Residents and staff at all 21 Colten Care homes in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex staged a 'clap for the carers' to show their appreciation of the amazing work done every single day by carers and colleagues.