Welcome to Pembroke

Pembroke Lodge is situated in the heart of the quiet community of Walkergate near Newcastle. Converted from an old working men’s club into a small care home, the home provides specialist residential care to those living with mental health conditions and referred to them by social services. Potential residents can visit should they be considering Pembroke Lodge as their new home.

Pembroke Lodge benefits from a lovely maintained garden area, with well stocked flower beds and plenty of fresh air. Our residents also enjoy the natural light in the conservatory – always a popular place to meet with friends or relatives. We offer: Residential Care for people with Complex Mental Health needs.

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2 Pembroke Avenue,
Walkergate,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne & Wear,
NE6 4QU


0191 2245 803
pembroke@papilloncare.com

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  • Lifestyle

    Lifestyle

    At Papillon we work hard to enable people who live with us to enjoy themselves and to identify and fulfil their own expectations.  Our care staff based at all of our homes are training to go the extra mile to assist everybody working with you to meet your expectations. Whether this be vocational, educational, social or health and fitness orientation. We encourage all people living with us to embrace their individual interests and develop new interests to widen their horizons and help them make fresh choices in life while they live with us.

  • Latest News

    Latest News

    On 20th October its “Wear It Pink’ Day and we will be fundraising for breast cancer. All the staff and residents will be wearing pink and plain games with even pink prizes. We will be even having a pink pamper station for the ladies so they can have their nails painted!

    Its Pumpkin Week at Belsay Hall and on 26th October and residents will be getting in the spoooooky halloween spirit in readiness to visit the hall and follow the ghostly trail around the grounds, even taking part in some creepy crafts

    Then on 31st October it will be our Halloween Spooktacular where there will be apple bobbing, pumpkin hunting, karaoke and lots of freaky food and drink. Not sure who likes it best residents or staff!