The Director, Clive Cook, will be giving a live interview talking about St John’s Winchester Charity on Sunday 6th July at 9.30am on Radio Solent. Tune into 96.1 & 103.8 FM/AM or bbc.co.uk/solent There will be two Guided Tours of the Charity taking place this year, Friday 8th August at 10.00am and Tuesday 16th September [...]
St John's Winchester Charity provides almshouse accommodation for needy persons of good character. Applicants must be over retirement age, be capable of living independently, and have a clear need for the extensive range of support which we provide.Read More
Moorside Day Centre
The Day Centre is situated within our Moorside Nursing Home and operates two days a week, Mondays and Tuesdays. It provides supportive day-time facilities for elderly mentally infirm people in the community, predominantly those with dementia.Read More
Devenish House Nursing Home
Devenish House provides care for frail elderly people in a homely non-institutional setting. We believe in holistic care for residents which values their dignity and independence at all times.Read More
Moorside Nursing Care Home
Moorside provides high quality care for elderly mentally infirm people, particularly those with dementia. The Home has been purpose built and features three separate ‘clusters’ of rooms, providing a smaller ‘home within a home’ feel.Read More
- Almshouse Accommodation Almshouse accommodation for local needy people of good character.
- Moorside Day Centre Supportive facilities for elderly people in the community, predominantly those with dementia.
- Devenish House Nursing Home Nursing home for frail elderly people needing nursing or residential care.
- Moorside Nursing Home Moorside provides holistic dementia care for our residents which values them as individuals.
Welcome to St John’s Winchester Charity
The Charity is a Christian foundation which provides sheltered almshouse accommodation, day care and residential and nursing care for needy older people. The Charity’s mission is to maintain the hope, comfort, tranquillity and dignity of all residents and to preserve and foster independence whilst understanding and supporting residents in the face of increasing frailty.
Founded as long ago as 931 we are the largest independent provider of care for older people in Winchester with 81 units of sheltered almshouse accommodation, a day centre, and two nursing homes.
The Chapel re-opens every Thursday 10.00am to 4.00pm from 24th April to 11th September so that tourists and residents of Winchester can drop in and have a look around.
By donating to St John’s Winchester Charity you can help to continue the good work we do for needy older persons of Winchester.