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Linson Court Care Home - Batley, West Yorkshire

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Linson Court Care Home Dark Lane Batley, West Yorkshire WF17 5RU
Linson Court Care Home is a very comfortable residence, tucked away in a quiet residential area of Batley, and is convenient for the town centre with all its shops and other amenities.

This is a modern purpose-built property, with 40 single rooms all with en-suite facilities. There are four comfortable and homely day rooms with comfort seating and dining accommodation, offering the opportunity for residents to comfortably socialise.

Linson Court benefits gardens to the front which are well-maintained, allowing residents to take some fresh air safely and comfortably. There is also plenty of on-site parking for visiting family and friends.
The home is easily reached from the surrounding villages and towns of Tingley, Morley and Birstall, for example, and is only 15 minute’s drive from the southern suburbs of Leeds.

Our approach to care

Linson Court Care Home offers nursing care and, subject to availability, respite and convalescent care. We have a particular expertise in assisting residents with specific medical needs with our team of highly skilled registered nurses.

Daily activities

The home’s activities coordinator puts together a full programme, which is adapted to suit the needs and wishes of our residents. Activities include quizzes, sing-alongs, reminiscence therapy, indoor games, art and craft, baking and wherever possible, trips out and about.


Our chef prepares a delicious menu of three meals a day plus snacks. Personal preferences and dietary requirements are fully catered for so that all residents look forward to mealtimes. Visiting guests are always welcome to join their loved one for a meal.

Next steps

If you are thinking about care for yourself or an elderly loved one, we encourage you to be in touch with us to arrange a visit. Our home manager, Beth Parry, will take time with you to understand your current situation and provide help and support so that you find the right outcome for you.

A note about our September ’17 inspection

Linson Court has been inspected by our regulators, the Care Quality Commission in September 2017.  CQC confirmed that Linson Court has made significant improvements and improved grades in all areas.

Whilst the overall grading is requires improvement, we are pleased the Home is rated Good for Is the service Caring? and Is the service Responsive

We remain focused on maintaining the these improvements, as well as working hard to continue to make progress in other areas within the Home.

Our vision is to be the leading care home in all our local communities and we remain focused on providing high quality care to residents and peace of mind to families. Should you require any additional information, please contact the home manager Beth Parry.

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15th August 2017 Linson Court Care Home launches tuck shop to reignite resident’s memories
Linson Court Care Home in Batley has introduced an innovative weekly tuck shop for residents, run by the residents themselves. Even Linson Court’s oldest resident Queenie Bishop, who is 100, does shifts selling sweets and goodies to others at the home. The money raised from the tuck shop will go towards future events at the home, including the upcoming summer garden party and Eid party. Maariyah Rakhim, activity co-ordinator at Linson Court said: “The recently introduced tuck shop is such a great idea for the home. The first day of the tuck shop was a huge success and the residents love being able to participate. I help to run the shop but most of all, I love seeing the residents working and enjoying it. “A lot of our residents have worked for most of their lives so this helps stimulate their brains and reignite happy memories of working.”
5th June 2017 Birds of Prey visit to Linson Court
Linson Court care home in Batley welcomed the Wise Owl Bird of Prey team in to meet residents this week. Bubbles the barn owl was a particular favourite with residents, who were able to enjoy seeing and holding the different birds whether they were in their rooms or the lounge. Linson Court is engaging in a number of new community activities for residents, and inviting different local organisations and businesses to the home. Beth Parry, Linson Court care home manager said: “Having the birds of prey in the home was a lovely activity and something a bit different for the residents to enjoy. Everyone had a great day and enjoyed learning about the different birds.”
11th April 2017 Linson Court resident given new lease of life
Irene Hargreaves, a resident at Linson Court care home, has found a new lease of life after adopting a life-like cat, Topsy. Irene, who is 97, has Alzheimer’s and often declines to join in with activities at the home. But staff thought a ‘pet’ would help stimulate her and give her a focus. Beth Parry, care home manager at Linson Court said: “The introduction of Topsy the life-like cat has been fantastic for Irene, she is very fond of it. “It is the little things that make all the difference and spread a bit of joy in someone’s life, and we are very happy to be able to do this at the home.” Irene was born in a village just outside Scarborough, and has worked in a number of professions over the years including being a conductor on the buses, working in a maternity ward and at a biscuit factory. She had two cats who she adored, which gave staff the idea of adopting a cat now.
11th April 2017 Linson Court resident celebrates 100th birthday
Queenie Bishop celebrated her 100th birthday in style last week, with cake and a sing song with family and friends at Linson Court Care Home. Queenie, who is Linson Court’s oldest resident, was treated to songs from her favourite film ‘The Sound of Music’ and received her telegram from the Queen. Her one son and two grandchildren visit daily and helped to organise the party. Queenie loves to recall stories of her past including always riding a bike with a basket on the front, and reminisces about a gorgeous fur coat which she sold for £5.00 but knows she could have sold it for a lot more. Queenie also enjoys bowls, chair dancing, Sunday roasts and watching The Jeremy Kyle Show with her best friend Barbara. Kyomi Kershaw, Activities Co-Ordinator at Linson Court Care Home said: “Queenie is a delight, she is so outgoing and happy, and looks very young for her age! We had a lot of fun celebrating her birthday.”