Our top priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents, their families and our staff. It is our ongoing commitment to everyone here at Beaumont Care Home community to ensure everyone is safe, protected and healthy.

We recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating and sometimes overwhelming impact on everyone’s lives. We understand how critical it is to keep our residents safe and protected, and their health and well-being are at the centre of everything we do.

Ensuring Expert Care, Always

We have and continue to maintain the highest levels of safety, hygiene and respect for Government guidelines, all the while maintaining a warm and friendly environment for both residents and staff. While preventative measures remain a priority, it has always remained imperative that any measures implemented have minimal, if any, effect on the outstanding around-the-clock care that we pride ourselves on.

In line with the Government’s new social care regulations, as of the 15th December, residents in care homes will be allowed to have one essential care giver and three nominated visitors. Adherence to testing prior to visiting in line with the Government, National and Local Healthcare Agencies will be required. Visitors must follow PPE guidelines at all times during their visit. Visitors will not need to provide proof of vaccination, however it is encouraged. Members of staff at Beaumont Manor Care Home will be required to take a lateral flow test daily and a PCR test weekly, and residents will also receive regular testing. You can take your loved one out of the home, but upon return they must take a lateral flow test daily for two weeks and isolation may be required if any results come back positive or inconclusive. Trips out of the home must be pre-booked with staff at the care home.

At any time, the COVID-19 regulations and guidance from the Government, National and Local Healthcare Agencies may change. For further information, please click here or contact the Home Manager directly.

Preventative Measures

Since the beginning of the outbreak of COVID-19, our outstanding staff have gone above and beyond. A host of additional safety measures have been put in place to ensure our residents continue to live their lives as they always have, with minimal inconvenience; all new safety measures are designed to have as little impact upon residents and their day-to-day lives.

The implementation of a few adjustments to our home and the way we operate, helps us mitigate the risk of COVID-19 in our community. Our specialists at Beaumont Manor Care Home are prioritising the mental, emotional, and physical health needs of all residents; from staying up-to-date with government regulations to providing advice to all residents and their loved ones.

Our Measures Include

Our dedicated staff have, and continue to go above and beyond to ensure residents and loved ones are as protected against COVID-19 as they can be.

Screen Dividers

Indoor spaces have been fitted with floor-to-ceiling screens and intercoms, to provide a safe and secure way to visit your loved ones, while still adhering to government guidelines. Outdoor meeting areas are still also available; please get in touch to find out more.

Social Distancing

We continue to fall in line with government rules and restrictions; where possible, residents and employees must keep a distance of at least one metre between them.


To ensure the rate of infection is minimised, staff use personal protective equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to, face masks, aprons and disposable gloves. All PPE is in accordance with government and local authority guidelines.

Remote Visits

We encourage residents and their friends and family to arrange long-distant video calls where possible. We have invested in the latest video conferencing technology so you can continue your regular visits and never miss an important moment or a memory.


We have installed sanitisation stations and areas throughout our home; both residents and visitors are encouraged to regularly use our antibacterial gel.

Secure Premises

Beaumont Manor Care Home is an extremely safe and secure environment; residents and their loved ones can be rest assured that all COVID-19 measures are protected, respected and are never compromised.

Prioritising Our Residents Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Residents’ health, safety and wellbeing is our top priority. In response to COVID-19, we have installed a number of precautions designed to reduce infection rates, while ensuring that our home remains as comfortable and welcoming as possible. Despite this challenging time, our wonderfully dedicated team work around-the-clock to be able to offer a range of COVID-19 friendly activities, to keep our residents active and entertained.

Keeping Residents Connected

We understand how essential human connection and support from loved ones are to our residents’ mental and physical wellbeing; keeping residents and their friends and family connected during these unprecedented times has never been more crucial. We have proudly  equipped our home with a variety of facilities and devices to enable our residents to stay in touch with their friends and family via different methods of contact. Despite the difficulties we have faced as a result of COVID-19, we will continue to work together to overcome them and will continue to ensure everyone has everything they need to remain as connected as possible to those nearest to them.

What You’ll Have Access to at Beaumont Manor

We strive to deliver high-quality care and support to all of our residents, and in challenging times such as COVID-19, we go above and beyond to ensure we are protecting our residents, keeping them connected with friends and loved ones and ensuring they can continue to live the most fulfilled life they deserve. We have a wide range of facilities for residents to enjoy, as well as a full and varied activity program which we encourage our residents to enjoy and get involved with.

Contact Our Team

If you have any questions about life at The Amwell Care Home or how we are managing COVID-19, our helpful team is ready to answer questions or alleviate any concerns you may have. You can call 01255 388 500 or email to get in touch with us. Alternatively, you can complete our online Enquiry Form and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.