Care Home near Eastleigh

St Cross Grange is a highly rated care home, offering both residential and dementia care near Eastleigh.

The home is operated on a not-for-profit basis by charitable provider, Greensleeves Care.

The stunning period home was built over 150 years ago and is located in the stunning cathedral city of Winchester on the edge of the South Downs.

The home offers both residential and dementia care, and benefits from 64 en-suite bedrooms and the very latest dementia design features allowing people to live happy and positive lives in a safe and secure setting.

The home’s activities team ensures that our residents remain active while engaged in dedicated, fun and vibrant activities.

Why choose Greensleeves Care?Home for life

We are a not-for-profit charitable organisation, which means that all of our residents’ fees are directly put back into the care they receive. We also operate a Home for Life policy, whereby if you or your loved one runs out of money whilst in our care, we will never ask you to leave, which is unfortunately the case for many other organisations which operate in the Eastleigh area.

Life at St Cross Grange

We see our residents as the individuals that they are. Therefore we promote each person’s individuality and personality when planning their care and other aspects of their life at St Cross Grange. Our activities teams ensure that there is an activity to suit every single resident, and will take into account you or your loved one’s hobbies and interests when planning the activities at the home.

Admiral Nurse

Dementia care is something that we pride ourselves on, particularly as we have the support of Admiral Nurse, Steve Mason. Admiral Nurses are dementia experts associated with Dementia UK, and Steve is on hand at St Cross Grange to discuss any questions or concerns you may have surrounding the care of your loved one who is living with dementia. We understand that navigating a loved one’s dementia journey can feel like unfamiliar territory, and Steve is here to provide support and guidance for both our residents and their families.

For more information, please contact Kim Mears, Family Liaison Manager, on 01962 587300 or email