Welcome to Kingston Court

Situated on the outskirts of Carlisle is Kingston Court, a three-story light and modern home offering nursing care, residential care and dementia support.

The focus is on person-centred care and our friendly and approachable nursing and support teams work hard to create a lively and engaging atmosphere within the home. Eighty ensuite rooms can be furnished and personalised by each resident to ensure they feel at home, with ample space in which to meet with family and friends.

Our experienced cooks pride themselves on providing home cooked nutritious dishes, with a four week rolling menu. Alternative choices are available with each meal and we are able to cater for specialist diets. We offer: Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care and Respite Care

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Newtown Road,

01228 528542

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Pamela Hamilton


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  • Life at Kingston Court

    Life at Kingston Court

    Our three-story light and modern home is a base for encouraging our residents to maintain their activities and hobbies and have a broad range of interests and skills to support where needed. We have a full programme of engaging events and activities, and we enjoy regular visits from local singers and entertainers.

    We strive to provide an environment that feels personal to each resident, encouraging a healthy, safe and enriching lifestyle where individuals maintain their independence.

  • Lifestyle


    Our residents will be able to keep active and continue their individual interests as they would at home. Specialist Lifestyle Support workers are located within each home, planning in advance a full programme of engaging events and projects to promote social interaction while also targeting mental and physical stimulation for people living with us.

    Our homes benefit from health and beauty treatments, baking, our dedicated male orientated “Men’s Sheds”, trips and many more. We try to engage with our local community as much as possible and have an open door policy for family and friends.

  • Meals


    We recognise that mealtimes are a focal part of any day. Nutritional well-being is vital to maintaining a healthy mind and body. Our regularly reviewed menus with resident input, provide a well-balanced nutritious choice of food which also caters for people who require special diets. There is an alternative menu available just in case people would like a change. Drinks, snacks and nibbles including fruit are available through the day and the night.

    We also welcome residents who like to bake, cook or help themselves when they would like.  We can also cater for parties and celebrations for the people who live in our homes and their families and friends.

  • Latest News

    Latest News

    Starting off the New Year on 4th January between 2-4 pm we have Hymns and Prayers with Father Bill and his lovely wife Linda. Everyone gets together to reminisce on the past and sing those favourite hymns along with prayers. Families are welcome to come and join us.

    On 5th January between 2-3 pm its flower arranging which is an activity that helps residents bring back memories from arranging in their own home and showing everyone how it is done. Again families are welcome.

    We are going back to the 60’s on 12th January as we have Holy Gray here between 2-3pm entertaining us with songs from the 60s! Everyone will be gathering to enjoy good music, whilst chatting and tasting the different types of cheese. Residents’ families are very welcome to come along and join us for a lovely afternoon.

    On 17th January we have violinist Edwin Shreiber here which we are very excited about and will once again be soothing us with his beautiful music. Residents love to sing along to the songs and families are welcome.

    We are celebrating Chinese New Year on 22nd January between 2-4pm and its the year of the “Dog”. We will be celebrating it by making Lanterns and Chinese Dragons. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun!

    We will be honouring Burns Night on 25th January to commemorate the life of the poet who contributed to the culture of Scotland, remember the old favourite…… “Auld Lang Syne”. We will be celebrating it by serving Scottish breakfast and dinner to residents!

    To finish off the month we have a gentle exercise session to music on 27th January between 2-3pm. These sessions help residents to keep fit and refreshed and help with mobility.

    Contact Us for more information.

  • Volunteer


    Kingston Court has a history of welcoming volunteers to the home to support the people who are cared for and live in the home.  We are hugely grateful to all of our volunteers and we are proud to bring the community closer to the people living in the home through our volunteers. If you are interested in being a volunteer at Kingston Court or any of our homes, please get in touch through the Contact Us form on this website.