About Our Group

We work closely with local authorities including Brighton and Hove City Council, Primary Care Trusts and NHS Trusts and are committed to building partnerships that are focused on constant service improvements to meet the needs of individual people which are in line with regulatory requirements and best practice. Both Arundel Park Lodge and Glentworth House are well thought of by the local community and our partners.

Regulated activities

  • Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care.
  • Treatment of disease, disorder or injury.

Our service user regulated activities above allow us to provide appropriate care to people, some of whom may have a secondary diagnosis of dementia. The purpose of our care homes is to provide a high quality of nursing, personal care and welfare to our residents in all aspects of their physical, psychological and social perspective.

We provide a tailor made care package for residents living in our homes and pride ourselves on our ability to offer excellent personalised individual care in a homely and friendly environment. We deliver support and care to individuals and our way of working is unique and person centred. We are dedicated to enabling residents at our care homes to recognise and develop skills which are needed to live fuller and more independent lives.

We positively encourage interaction and communication between residents and the local community services by trying to create and maintain a lifestyle that would have been enjoyed at home – such as involvement with charities, library services, etc… as well as utilising professional services such as dental, chiropody, physiotherapy and other services locally.

Our company has grown successfully since it opened in January 1988 as Arundel Park Lodge and furthermore since 2000 when Whytecliffe Limited was founded. Glentworth House joined the group in 2004.


We can keep you as busy, or as relaxed as you wish during your stay at one of our care homes. To ensure our residents and their families are kept happy and fulfilled, we plan regular social activities and a full annual events programme. Our dedicated activities team collaborate to organise a wide range of shared hobbies, such as gardening, baking, shopping trips and traditional games and entertainment.

Examples of the sort of events and activities we offer include:

  • Birthday lunches for each resident followed by afternoon tea and cake
  • Major events/celebrations such as Easter and Christmas are acknowledged
  • Summer BBQs/parities
  • Friends and family events with afternoon teas
  • Christmas parties with the family

A typical week at our care homes could include:

  • Concerts/Music by local musicians
  • External Entertainers
  • Art & Craft Activities
  • Quizzes and Bingo
  • Pre-planned Outings
  • Coffee Mornings
  • Movies afternoons
  • Skype and other social media platform calls to families
  • Group Therapy
  • Local School Input
  • Volunteers such as Pet Therapy

The religious and spiritual needs of our residents are very important, so visits from local clergymen and religious groups are welcome. Individual needs are always met and are discussed as part of the care planning process within the homes. All specific requests are supported by the Management and the team of staff.

Visitors are welcome at any time and residents are free to invite friends, relatives, and other guests into their room for private visits although it would be appreciated if meal times could be avoided. Communal areas can be used for visits. Visitors may also join residents for a meal with a small charge applied, as long as we have notice in advance.


Our Activities co-ordinators contact details are:

Heather Simpson – heathersimpson@whytecliffe.co.uk (based at Arundel Park Lodge)
Sophie Bishop – sophiebishop@whytecliffe.co.uk (based at Glentworth House)

Both will welcome suggestions for new activities to our extensive programme.