Westdale home is a low dependency home for retired men and women over the age of 65 who prefer not to cope with the responsibility of complete independence. The home is a converted Edwardian house with spacious gardens in a pleasant residential area of West Bridgford. There is easy access to shops and bus services. The care home was founded in 1966 and is owned and managed by a small charitable housing association sponsored by the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Society of Friends (Quakers), although it is not necessary to be a Quaker for residency.
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