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East Park Court Residential Care Home in Wolverhampton

29 Holloway Street, Bilston, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 2SY
Dementia care
Residential care
Respite care

Care home admissions during the Covid-19 pandemic

We are continuing to admit new residents into our homes in Wolverhampton. To find out more about our safe admission process or to book a virtual tour, please contact our team on 0800 917 0478.

Safe admissions into our care homes includes the option for new residents to self-isolate in the comfort of their own home for 11 days, before joining us in the care home where they will be tested for Covid-19 and supported to self-isolate for 3 more days until the result of the test is known.

East Park Court is an attractive care home located in a quiet residential area of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. Our dedicated team provides differing types of care and support for our residents, including residential care, dementia care and respite care.

The team and residents at East Park Court feel very proud to be so well connected to our local community.

Children from a primary school in Bilston frequently visit the home. They engage in many activities with our residents, from potting seeds to giving us sneak previews of special musical performances. Recently the residents had a front-row seat to their Greatest Showman dance. They are also often invited to the school to take part in activities there. The home’s King Charles Cavalier Dexter also likes to tag along for a bit of extra fuss!

We have two wonderful volunteers who come to East Park Court every week. One of our two ladies helps our mobile hairdresser with washing hair and making tea and coffee. Another helps out with activities and serving meals at lunchtimes.

The care home has a close partnership with the National Citizen Service. Their 16 to 18-year-old members get involved with all sorts of exciting fundraising projects with us. Recently they helped to support our summer fete, distributing posters to promote it to people in the Bilston community. 

Some of our residents also work independently with Healthwatch Wolverhampton. They provide valuable feedback on both access to and the quality of wider healthcare services across the city. This helps to improve the customer experience.

East Park Court is also a partner with HeadStart, The Challenge. An innovative volunteering programme for young people on their journey to employment. We will be welcoming volunteers from this programme at the end of the summer. They will spend time on our residential care floor, as well as with those living with different types of dementia. This gives our residents the chance to welcome fresh faces into their home. It also helps these young adults to develop their own communication skills.  

Promoting our residents’ independence

We actively encourage our residents to be involved in every aspect of life in their care home. This empowers them to retain, and indeed enhance, their independence. When employing new members of staff, our residents always meet potential candidates. We offer the chance to ask them questions, providing us with their honest feedback. If a new member of staff joins the team, our residents get involved in their induction process. This helps ensure that they are fully integrated into daily life in the home.

At East Park Court we are able to offer pre-bookable respite breaks. These give people caring for family members at home the chance of a short break or simply take some ‘me time’. This gives the person they look after a change of scenery. But also provides the carer with the peace of mind that the person they care about is being well looked after.

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Pre-bookable respite care at East Park Court

Call our home today on 01902 494 525 or complete our East Park Court enquiry form for more information on how to book respite care in Wolverhampton.

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Stories from the home

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COVID-19 Emergency Support Framework

Review our latest CQC engagement and support call framework information sheet (PDF 337KB) for East Park Court.

Sanctuary Care resident Gordon Byrne

A wife’s review

“When I visit my husband I see helpfulness, friendliness plus patience, respect and dignity with the way they treat residents".

East Park Court outdoor seating area

Beautiful gardens

We are so proud of our glorious gardens, with tranquil seating areas, seasonal flowers, raised flower beds and peaceful walkways.

East Park Court dining area

Dignified dining

It’s so important to us that each and every resident enjoy a dignified dining experience, every single day.

East Park Court outdoor bench in the garden

Community celebrations

We’re always inviting our community into the home and our summer fayre, which takes place in a our lovely garden, is always a hit!

East Park Court lounge area

Reading or stretching it out?

Residents get up to all sorts in our cosy lounges, from armchair exercise and animal therapy, to catching up with loved ones.

Facilities at this home


  • Dining room
  • Ensuite
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Lounges
  • Wheelchair accessible garden


  • Arts and crafts
  • Children visits
  • Gardening
  • Light exercise
  • Live entertainment
  • Pamper sessions
  • Pet therapy

Care and support

  • Chiropody
  • Hairdressing
  • Home cooked meals
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Respite Care
Care staff

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29 Holloway Street
Bilston, Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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New residents can either self-isolate in their own home before coming to the care home, or join us and then self-isolate*.

Sanctuary Care new admissions information

Find out more*

Update from Sarah Clarke-Kuehn (Visiting) – Group Director Sanctuary Care 5 November 2020

Update from Sarah Clarke-Kuehn (Adult Social Care Winter Plan) – Group Director Sanctuary Care 21 September 2020

Update from Sarah Clarke-Kuehn (Visiting) – Group Director Sanctuary Care 14 September 2020

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