Shakespeare Court
Shakespeare Close
Butler Street East
Bradford BD3 9ES
Contact Manager: Julie-Ann Fitton Telephone: 01274 308308

Shakespeare Court, Bradford

Shakespeare Court is situated near Bradford city centre in West Yorkshire and is managed by Julie-Ann Fitton.

The home lies just 10 miles from our other two Yorkshire homes, Linson Court and Manorcroft.

The modern and spacious custom built home features 80 beds, all with en-suite facilities over 4 units.

With lovely gardens and enjoying a location that is close to a range of local amenities, Shakespeare Court has served the community of Bradford since 2001.

Contact the home directly by using the tab on the right-hand side of this page or please call the home manager on 01274 308308.

 

Our approach to care

Shakespeare Court offers residential care, nursing, and dementia care plus, subject to availability, respite and convalescent care.

Daily activities

The home boasts an impressive activity calendar which includes trips to National Media Museum, The Bradford Police Museum, Ilkley Moor, Broadway Shopping Centre and also Bradford City football club. Pub lunches are liked and karaoke on Wednesday lunchtimes at a local pub is a big hit with residents.

Menu

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.

Shakespeare Court is situated near Bradford city centre in West Yorkshire and the catchment area for the home includes the city of Bradford, local suburbs and also the nearby picturesque Yorkshire Dales.

The home benefits from excellent transport links as it is near the ring road and within walking distance of the city’s rail and bus interchange.

The area is very multi-cultural and so the home caters for all cultures, diets, and religions. Many of the staff are multilingual.

Having served the people of Bradford since 2001, Shakespeare Court has established exceptional links in the community and has created partnerships with local schools and nurseries which sees the pupils and residents visit each other. The inter-generational activity is greatly enjoyed by Shakespear Court's residents and is invaluable for their wellbeing.

 

Miss Julie-Ann Fitton

Julie-Ann started at Shakespeare Court when it opened as a Senior Care Assistant progressing to Home Manager in a sister care home before returning 2 ½ years ago.

She leads a team who, in the short time Silverline Care has been involved in the build-up to the purchase, have shown great dedication to their roles and the residents.

Julie-Ann is passionate about creating a ‘home-from-home’ atmosphere and person-centred care.

Her goal is for the home to achieve an Outstanding grade at its next CQC Inspection and she is motivating and developing her team to achieve this.