Madley Park House

Madley Park, Witney, Oxon OX28 1AT. Care home

The Orders of St John Care Trust

Owned by: The Orders of St John Care Trust

Email the owner or 01993 890 720


Main facts

  • Care home
  • Conditions cared for: Older people generally / People with learning difficulties / People with physical difficulties / People with sensory impairments / People with a mental disability / People with dementia
  • Care period: Longer stay
  • This home accommodates 60 residents. It is purpose built and has a garden, and was registered in 2005
  • There is a little flexibility about meals. Activities are arranged
  • Cost: Not available

Info updated: 30/09/2010. Update info


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Madley Park, Witney, Oxon OX28 1AT

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