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Ashmere Derbyshire

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE: We have a range of precautionary measures in place to protect our staff and residents and therefore we have made the difficult decision to no longer accept visitors into the homes.

Exceptions may be made for residents receiving palliative care but this is on a case by case basis and only prior arrangement with the care home.

We hope to have a Skype facilities in the homes in the next few days. 


We are a group of eight care homes based across Derbyshire, specialising in residential, nursing, dementia and daycare.

Our ethos is “caring for your family as if they were our family” which resonates throughout every home and with our dedicated staff we make every feel ease from day one.

Year after year we are recognised for being an outstanding care provider and are are passionate about person centered care. We treat everyone as an individual and ensure their bespoke needs are met.



The mayor of Amber Valley cuts the ribbon for Heanor Park

Heanor Park, Ashmere Derbyshire’s bra­­nd new, 60 bed care home was officially opened by the Mayor of Amber Valley last week. The opening ceremony, which saw the mayor cut the…

Ashmere Derbyshire fulfils final wish for resident at Derby County Football club.

June Keys, a resident at The Firs care home in Codnor, had her final wish come true by attending a Derby County match at the weekend in an executive box…

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Ask our Team

Just a few questions our new residents have asked on enquiry;

Do I really Need Care?

If you, a friend or relative feel that you/they are in need of care, you can ask Social Services to carry out an assessment of your/their needs. Once informed that somebody may need care, the authority, often jointly with the Health Authority or GP, has a duty to carry out an assessment should reveal if care at home or in a residential setting is needed.

How will I know if living at Ashmere is right for me?

All our homes have different facilities and atmospheres, so we'd encourage you to visit before you make up your mind.
Our staff are happy to cater for you to trial the home if you wish by coming in for respite care, we can also offer for you to have lunch with our residents so you can find out more about what life is like at Ashmere.

Working with Ashmere

"The Great British Care Awards judges said when making the award: "There is a palpable sense that the employees at Ashmere are an extended family.
Staff are empowered to help deliver good outcomes for residents and to make someone's day."

Receptionist – Heanor Park

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Clinical Lead Nurse

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Deputy Manager – Valley Lodge

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Care Assistant – Smalley Hall

Location: Ashmere Derbyshire