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9.4 carehome.co.uk review score

Welcome to St Georges Nursing Home

Newly refurbished in 2020, St Georges Nursing Home offers dedicated nursing, respite and dementia care in a modern, purpose-built setting around a pretty courtyard garden. Operating under Allegra Care’s progressive household model, we strive to ensure that all residents are socially involved and engaged, with a varied programme of activities and excursions.
“ I’m proud not only of the exceptional care we provide, but also the warm, friendly atmosphere enjoyed by all residents and staff alike.”
Tracy, Registered Manager

About St Georges

The specialist team at St Georges provides round the clock care to our residents, with different care needs catered for within dedicated households. From care assistants, nurses and the kitchen team, each of our staff has been hand-picked to meet the exceptional standards that have seen St Georges rated “Good” by the Care Quality Commission and reviewed 9.4 out of 10 on carehome.co.uk.

News & Events

Live music with Chris Auburn

09 Sep 2022

Live music with Joey Reggae

28 Aug 2022

St Georges Summer Fete

28 Aug 2022

Live Music with Daisy Evans

15 Aug 2022

Swing sensation John Prescott live at St Georges Nursing Home

02 Aug 2022

Celebrating National Ice Cream Day with Sav's Super Whippy

17 Jul 2022

St Georges Nursing Home June activities

01 Jul 2022

Daisy Chain Event at St Georges Nursing Home - Summer 2022

24 Jun 2022

Fundraising for The Care Workers Charity

06 Jun 2022

Having fun at St Georges Nursing Home

06 Jun 2022

Care you won't forget

Time and again, family and resident testimonials praise the warm, inclusive atmosphere at St Georges - and the commitment of our team to go the extra mile in providing truly outstanding care around the clock.

Meet the team

Each and every member of the team here at St Georges plays a vital role in our commitment to providing first class dementia, respite and nursing care.

Tracy Slim

Tracy Slim

Registered Manager

An experienced registered manager with 20 years of experience in and passion for innovative adult social care, Tracy joined the St Georges's team in April 2022.


Clinical Manager

Niki is a registered nurse with over two decades’ experience. She grew up in a nursing home setting, accompanying her mother, who worked in a care home as a cook. It was these early life experiences that sparked Niki’s love of nursing homes and caring for the elderly – and which continue to nourish her passion for care.

Starting out as a weekend cleaner in the care home where her mother worked, Niki progressed to carer and then senior carer positions, before leaving to complete her nurse training at UWE.

After qualifying, Niki worked on an acute surgical ward, where she became a senior and highly skilled staff nurse. Having honed her skills in care homes in Weston, Niki joined St Georges as a Nurse in 2016. Her caring nature and attention to detail saw Niki promoted to Clinical Lead and she is now responsible for St Georges’ highly experienced nursing teams in her current role as Clinical Manager.

Niki’s role encompasses leading and supporting the staff with clinical guidance whilst working alongside the Registered Manager to ensure the safe and effective running of the care home.

Never happier than when she is caring for residents, Niki feels the best part of her job is
seeing the improvement in residents’ overall wellbeing from when they first arrived.

Away from work, Niki is a member of an online singing group, enabling her to feed her other passion – music. However, Niki’s driving passion has always been caring for the elderly and the nursing home setting where she has developed her career. Utilising the invaluable skills she gained in the acute sector, Niki directs the care teams in continually meeting the day to day needs of all of St Georges’ residents.



St Georges’ first point of contact for many, Debbie’s is most likely the voice you will hear when you phone and the friendly face you will first see when you visit. In her role as Receptionist, Debbie enjoys getting to know all residents, their families and visiting healthcare professionals.

All visits are booked via Debbie and she will always make sure that anything dropped in for residents is promptly and safely delivered. St Georges’ reception is a busy place but, with Debbie’s calm and proficient organisational skills, everything runs smoothly.
Simon Page

Simon Page

Resident Liaison Manager

Simon’s career has seen him accumulate extensive experience in hospitality and customer service, with key roles across the hotel, retirement living and now nursing care sectors.

The first point of contact for many, his role is to meet prospective new residents and their families, guiding and advising them through what can often be a complex and emotional decision – whether to move into elderly care and, if so, which home to choose.

Sharing Allegra Care’s commitment to person-centred care, Simon is dedicated to going the extra mile to enhance residents’ daily lives and helping to build the vibrant and welcoming community at St Georges.

An experienced runner, with over 30 marathons to his name (including London) Simon is a keen sportsman. He also enjoys city breaks, where he can indulge in local cuisine and learn about local history.
We both love St George's nursing home, the staff not only make the resident's feel at home but also family and visitors, you are made to feel welcome every visit. The staff are amazing, always helpful and have a smile on their face, nothing is too much trouble. Any concerns are dealt with appropriately and respectfully. The residents are treated with dignity and respect. I would not want my husband to be anywhere else.
Wife of resident, February 2020

Personalised Care

At St Georges Nursing Home, we pride ourselves on the personalised care we offer. From nursing and respite care to specialised dementia care and our new “wandering with purpose” household, care packages are carefully designed to meet each individual resident’s specific needs.