GRETTON COURT

Built in 1988, Gretton Court is a 42-unit Extra Care scheme owned by Melton Borough Council and is within walking distance from the town
centre.

All units are studio or one-bedroom flats for rent with their own kitchen, cloakroom with WC and hand wash basin.  To meet the needs of assisted bathing, specialist bathing and showering
facilities are shared.  The scheme’s communal areas include a lounge, dining area, garden, laundry facilities and guest room.

Various social events take place at the scheme including carpet bowls, film shows, church services, bingo and coffee mornings. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs with them.

The scheme has on-site care staff (24 hours / 7 days a week), managed by Diamond Home Care, as well as non-resident management staff and Careline alarm service.

To be eligible for this scheme, you need to be over 55 and assessed by Adult Social Care as needing a minimum of 3 hours of care per week.  You will need to apply to Melton Borough Council to join the housing register.

Vicki Skerritt

SCHEME registered MANAGER

‘I have been in care for over 20 years and I really enjoy seeing the difference I am making to people’s lives. We are a small, tight-knit team here at Gretton Court and we work hard to look after the well-being of all our residents. It’s a lovely, friendly place.’

ADDRESS
Gretton Court, Egerton View, Melton Mowbray, LE13 0RW

Vicki Skerritt

SCHEME registered MANAGER

‘I have been in care for over 20 years and I really enjoy seeing the difference I am making to people’s lives. We are a small, tight-knit team here at Gretton Court and we work hard to look after the well-being of all our residents. It’s a lovely, friendly place.’

ADDRESS
Gretton Court, Egerton View, Melton Mowbry, LE13 0RW

Vicki Skerritt

SCHEME registered MANAGER

‘I have been in care for over 20 years and I really enjoy seeing the difference I am making to people’s lives. We are a small, tight-knit team here at Gretton Court and we work hard to look after the well-being of all our residents. It’s a lovely, friendly place.’