About the property

Oak Hill Mansion is a supported accommodation offering 11 en-suite rooms for residents and a lovely guest room which is used for visiting family members to stay over night. The house has a very friendly atmosphere, made even more so by the dedicated support staff who give residents all the help and support they need.

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Independence is promoted throughout, which means residents can come and go as they please, but still knowing that they are in a safe and supported environment. The House Manager lives on site and there is a Careline in place for when the house manager is not on duty and if you need assistance.

There are many accessible amenities within walking distance including shops, banks, cafes, charity shops, a large health centre and many churches for those who many require them. A bus stop directly outside the gates, or just over the road, serves Manchester or Bury.

If you choose to move into Oakhill you can bring your own furniture to make yourself feel more at home. You will have a kitchenette in your room with breakfast making facilities so you can start the day at your own leisure if you like to have the odd lie in. Two home cooked meals are served daily in communal areas, ensuring all resident’s dietary needs are met. A wide selection of food is offered for a light tea at teatime. Meal times are a social occasion and residents like to sit and chat during and after their meals.

Key features

  • Alarm system

  • Communal lounge

  • Dining room

  • Garden

  • Lift

  • Laundry facilities

Contact the house

01254 232160

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In the area

Meet our staff

Oak Hill Mansion has a dedicated team of staff who give support to the residents who need it. 

The House Manager lives on site, and there is a Careline in place should any residents require additional assistance when they are not on duty.


Carol Jones

- House Manager

Carol has workerd for Abbeyfield for 9 years. Carol used to be a Deputy at one of our Blackburn houses.


Janet Spencer

- Deputy house manager

Janet has worked for Abbeyfield for 11 months.


Susan Butler

- General assistant

Susan has worked for Abbeyfield for almost 6 years.


Javid Ashraf

- Kitchen assistant

Javid worked for Abbeyfield for 5 years then left, she has been back with us for 2 months



We have a well stocked library in the house if you like to read.

We hold a film night usually on a Thursday, the residents decide.

We hold a lip reading course at the house on a Thursday afternoon.

We have a coffee morning at 10.30am on a Thursday where we encourage visitors from the community to join us.

On the 1st Wednesday of the month a few of our ladies go to the friendship club at the local church, around 60 people attend and they have various themes/games going on, it is very popular. They also go out on day trips.

One of our ladies has kindly said she would do a keep fit class for us.

There is a bowls club that you may be able to join up in the park.

You can have a leisurely stroll around the park or just sit and read a good book on one of the benches dotted around the park or near the duck pond.

Contact the house

01254 232160

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Oak Hill Park
Manchester Road
United Kingdom


01254 232160