Guys Court is situated close to the sea which can be reached by a short walk. The home is a purpose built facility with communal lounges and dining area. The home also has its own social club.
How Many Floors We Have
Who Owns Our Building
Dining Rooms, Sitting Rooms.
What Else Do We Provide
Communal Garden, Seating.
We have 37 rooms, each with phone and television points. Residents also have access to the internet.
About Our Rooms
Number Of Rooms
Type Of Room
Freeview TV, Sky/Cable TV, Telephone Point, Internet Access, Catch up TV.
Meet Our Carers
Our vision of keeping kindness at the heart of our care underpins the ethos of our entire organisation.
From our wonderful teams who care for our residents like they were members of their own families through to our senior management team – we are all here for the same reason.
We are committed to ensuring our residents, who choose Sanctuary Care to support them in their later years, are able to live happy and contented lives full of wonderful experiences and memories.
This is achieved through our dedication to recruiting the right staff who are supported to build rewarding careers with us, investing in our care homes and working together with our residents and those closest to them to deliver care and support in a way which shows true kindness at the heart of our care.
The Importance Of Meal Times
At Sanctuary Care we recognise meal times have always been a focus for residents in our homes which is why we invest in fantastic chefs and catering staff who can deliver delicious, nutritious menus and create an enjoyable dining experience for our residents. Some of our residents enjoy getting involved in the preparation and serving of food! You can read more about this in our case studies.
Cooked or continental? Sandwiches or hot food? The choice is yours with residents being involved in creating seasonal nutritional menus from old favourites to trying something new…there’s also always freshly baked cakes to enjoy for afternoon tea.
Midnight snack? No problem, refreshments are available to residents throughout the day and evening if they get a little peckish.
We encourage meal-times where residents can eat together and socialise in a relaxing environment but understand that residents may wish to enjoy food when they and where choose to have it.
Our trained staff understand the importance of eating well and staying hydrated and supporting residents living with dementia to enjoy food in their environment – making food more visible through coloured crockery and more appealing whether it's pureed, finger foods or moulded.
We regularly go out and about into the local community, especially to the seafront at Fleetwood, where our residents love nothing more than enjoying an ice cream overlooking the beach. Within walking distance of the home there is also a large boating lake, as well as the Marine Hall, with all its fantastic shows and musical performances.
Guy’s Court is a happy home where the staff and residents genuinely enjoy one another’s company. The communal areas are often filled with the sound of spontaneous singing – we are very rarely in tune but that’s just fine!
There is so much for the residents, who receive residential and nursing care, to enjoy, including toddlers visiting from the nearby nursery. People from St Wulstan’s Church next door to the care home regularly join us for afternoon tea. Our residents are also welcomed along to the church for games of bingo with people from the local community. Some of our residents also enjoy going on trips to the local pub for a chat over a pint.
Members of Cleveleys Writers often pop over to see us and read poetry and we also welcome visits from singers and musicians, who play the ukulele and guitar. We are very lucky to have a talented young starlet who auditioned for singing competition The X Factor, who comes to Guy’s Court and other residential and nursing homes in the area to sing for the residents.
Just a short drive away in Fleetwood there is a small petting farm, where our residents can handle ducklings and stroke guinea pigs. Nearby is a memorial park which benefitted from £2.5m funding from Heritage Lottery, which is a special spot our residents like to visit.