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Our Care Homes

Mission Care operates five care homes across Bromley and Southwark, all of which are committed to providing a high standard of person-centred care to our residents and their family and friends. We encourage independence and freedom of choice, and promote the dignity and individuality of all of those in our care. Four of our homes are registered to provide full nursing care to older people with elderly or frail nursing needs, or older people living with dementia. Our fifth home is a registered residential home to provide care for younger adults living with physical disabilities. Respite care and intermediate care is also available.

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In the Community

Mission Care has held a special place in the heart of the local community since the opening of our first charity shop on Chatterton Road back in 1993. Since then, we have extended our reach by opening a dementia friendly café, Mission Cafe, in Bromley town centre and a second charity shop, On a Mission in Orpington.

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About Us

We began our journey as a medical mission in Bermondsey long before the days of the National Health Service, and served the poor and sick through two World Wars.

Today we have five care homes, four in the London Borough of Bromley, and one in Southwark; together with a dementia-friendly cafe, Mission Cafe in the heart of Bromley and two charity shops in the Bromley borough.

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News

Chinese Dance Show at Elmwood

Last month, a local dance group visited Elmwood to entertain our residents with a series of traditional Chinese dances. The group performed the national dance called ‘Alphasa’, as well as the mesmerising ‘Water Dance’, and Chinese opera ‘Paging.’ As well as their performance, the group explained the history of the dances...

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Celebrating the start of Black History Month

Monday 1st October marked Nigerian Independence and also the start of Black History Month so, to celebrate, Love Walk held a popular Nigerian food tasting party. The party was also inspired by the home’s recent book club reading of Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” which is written about traditional rural Igbo...

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A sunny visit to Whitstable

Last month, a small group of Homefield residents and staff made the most of the glorious weather and took a day trip down to sunny Whitstable. Residents were entertained on the journey down by taking part in a newspaper quiz and, of course, a traditional minibus sing-a-long. Once on the sea front,...

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