Woodlands Quaker Home

The Main house with 35 residents, has served as a residential home since 1945 and is a Victorian listed building of charm and character and was originally the family home of Neville Hanbury Mander.


The Spinney located in the old stable block, is a 9-bedroomed self-contained unit for residents who have a severe dementia. Elsewhere in the same grounds is The Paddock, which comprises of 25 warden-assisted flats.

Woodlands has a welcoming and homely atmosphere with an emphasis on quality care, comfort and security in a residential setting which is very much involved with the local community.


Large, pleasant and well-maintained gardens surround all of the Woodland buildings. Wolverhampton City Centre is two and a half miles away and can be reached by a regular local bus service from the top of the drive. Village shops, a Post Office,Health Centre and an express supermarket are open daily and are all reached via a short walk through the well maintained formal gardens and woodland pathway.


We positively welcome the continued involvement of families and friends to complement the care we provide

Registered Company No: 7577779                                       Registered Charity No: 1141622                                                             Registered HA: H1395                          


Woodlands Quaker Home is a non-profit home for older people owned and managed by The Society of Friends (Quakers).


Woodlands is registered and therefore licensed to provide services by the Care Quality Commission Provider ID 1-101615363. For more information visit www.cqc.org.uk.


Delivering Person Centred Care Guided by Quaker Ethos and Values 

See the report >

We have been rated good on our last inspection by the Care Quality Commission