The Whitehouse has many years of residential care in it’s history.
It was built in 1920 originally as a hotel and was named The White House Guest House. Decades later the building was sold and was renovated / converted into an elderly care home. Shortly after, it quickly gained a reputation for it’s excellent care.
The current owners are a husband and wife team, Paul and Sanoma Evans along with Sanoma’s mother Sheela, a qualified registered nurse with over 30 years experience, managing the running of the home.
The new owners further expanded the Home and modernised it with more and enhanced facilities.
After graduating with a degree in Classics, Paul spent a career of 14 years in HR management in the BBC and then decided to leave to run his own business where he could bring his own values and experience to care for those in the latter stages of their own lives, many of whom have spent much of their lives caring for others.
Sanoma who graduated with a degree in Applied Statistics, helps run the home with new ideas, decision making and with implementing new systems.
We are dedicated to caring for the elderly and believe in investing and training staff to a high standard while sensitive to the needs and wishes of the residents.