Statement of Purpose

It is situated on the out skirts of Perton village in a prime location overlooking pasture land towards the Wrekin hills.

Perton was built on an old airfield which was used in World War 2; it was then developed into housing in the late eighties and now provides leisure activities around the lake and shopping centre.

The Manor House, Perton was previously associated with Shakespeare and the Fitton / Bacon family who were related to Queen Elizabeth I.

Perton came from Pertone, this is derived from Pear Town, the area was well known for pear orchards.

Village life encompasses a strong community spirit of which Perton Manor plays its part by involving itself with as many of the local events appropriate to the clients as possible.

Perton Manor provides accommodation for 50 persons of mixed sex over the age of 45 years.

We hold registration for 50 clients with nursing, of whom we are able to care for those clients who have mental illness, dementia, sensory disorder, physical disability, clients with palliative care needs as well as general nursing/residential care. We are also able to provide day care services seven days per week for a limited number of clients.

As a home we are contracted with South Staffordshire social services, CCGs, etc. and surrounding area local authorities.

Emergency admissions are accepted by the home. Emergency admissions will be accepted as long as an in-depth care plan can be sourced from the referrer. Full details of the client’s needs are to be discussed with the home to identify care needs and ensure the home can accommodate those needs. The group is infamous for those clients requiring crisis intervention management in an emergency situation.

A faxed or emailed care plan will be accepted as long as verbal supporting evidence is given.

Perton Manor supports the dignity in care challenge. We respect our client’s privacy and dignity by supporting and maintaining their independence through personal care, socialisation and ensuring our staff are meeting the client’s needs. We promote client self esteem and motivate them to be actively involved in the homes activities and encourage community socialisation. Promoting independence is a high priority of the homes ethos.


The aim of Perton Manor is to provide a home from home family environment for our clients, encouraging freedom of choice and individuality. All clients are treated with equality whilst denoting the diversity of clients’ personal and social needs. We aim to ‘Create the motivation for life’.


  • To provide a high standard of personal / nursing care promoting independence
  • To maintain cognitive thought through activities, well-being & outings
  • To provide a happy friendly atmosphere
  • To encourage client and family involvement within home activities
  • To enjoy ‘living’ at Perton Manor.
  • To listen to our clients’ requests and needs and respond to each individually by supporting their decisions and by promoting independence.

Mrs Juliet Briggs and Mr Keith Bedwood are both Directors of Heart of England Properties Ltd trading as Woodford House, who will hold registration for the home.

Heart of England Properties Ltd

Registered office:-

Perton Manor
Wrottesley Park Road
South Staffordshire

Reg No: 33222727

Perton Manor postal address;

Perton Manor
Wrottesley Park Road
South Staffordshire

Juliet Briggs is currently Director/ Registered Manager for Perton Manor and Woodford House can be contacted via email

Juliet is an RGN who holds a Bsc (Hons) Health Studies, Diploma in Management studies and the Registered Managers Award. Her background for the latter of her career has been in nurse management for adult nursing, although her Registered Nurse career began in 1987.

Julie is supported by her Business Manager Samantha Bray, a Nurse Manager plus Registered Nurse team and a Care Manager plus a large care team. All of our care staff have either completed Health & Social Care Diplomas in care or are registered on a programme at present.

Each home includes a dedicated well-being, house-keeping, kitchen, maintenance and admin teams.

Clients are encouraged to actively take part in both internal and external social activities, hobbies and leisure activities. Perton Manor provides a full range of activities including board games, cards, bingo, craftwork, leisure walks and parties relevant to specific occasions, theatrical performances, singers and movement to music. Daytrips are arranged to the Christmas markets, seaside resorts, the lights, the theatre, garden centres and other places of interest to the clients.

Training is ongoing and is provided to all staff, a training plan is developed year on year to reflect the needs of the staff and the changing needs of the population as well as the focus of the business.

The clients and their families are invited to attend meetings at Perton Manor with the management to discuss issues regarding the home and its development. Everyone is given the opportunity to actively take part in meetings and add items for address to the agenda.

This does not substitute the one to one meetings/chats that can be held at anytime with the manager. The manager has an open door policy, making herself accessible to relatives/Clients/staff when required.

Clients are encouraged to visit other churches of their choice; this service is normally supported by the client’s family and friends and local clergy of all denominations are welcome in the home.

Perton Manor operates an open visiting policy encouraging family and friends to join their relatives for meals or drinks as required.

Clients are encouraged to take their families and friends either to their own rooms or into the reception area or gardens for visits facilitating privacy in a quiet area of the home. All members of staff maintain and respect the privacy and dignity of each individual by treating them holistically, using privacy curtains when necessary and encouraging the use of locks on doors especially in bathroom areas.

Each client has a service user’s care plan, which is updated and reviewed with the client / family on a monthly basis usually at the same time as undertaking the monthly health check. Key workers are allocated to each client within the team nursing process of the home.