Frindsbury House

Frindsbury House is a large detached house in its own grounds near the village of Wainscott, in Kent. The home is originally Edwardian and provides care for twenty three residents. The house has been adapted and extended to a high standard. It has comfortable bedrooms both on the ground and first floor, many of which offer ensuite facilities.

A lift provides access to all rooms for those with limited mobility. There are three large lounges overlooking the gardens and a comfortable dining area. The house is set in extensive well established grounds with lawns, flower gardens and a pond area.

There is a purpose built, integrated activities suite comprising of a private family room, a kitchen which is fully adapted for disabled use, beauty salon and a large, comfortable leisure and social area. Residents are able to  choose from a variety of social and craft activities.

The home has transport facilities with wheelchair access to enable residents to access the local community and engage in other events further afield that they may be interested in.

 


Amanda Butt

Deputy Manager, Frindsbury House

Amanda has worked in care all of her working life. She took a 10 year break to have her children and returned to work as a Carer at Frindsbury House where she has now spent 5 happy years.  She progressed through the organisation to a Senior Carer position, then a Health Coordinator and was subsequently appointed to the role of Deputy Manager. Amanda thoroughly enjoys her job and looks forward to many more happy years.

When Amanda is not working, she enjoys quality time with her family.


 

Lillie Harvey-Matthews

Deputy Manager, Frindsbury House

Lillie started her career in the social care sector in 2006 as a Support Worker.  She joined the Mortimer Society as a Senior Night Support Worker in 2017, which was a new and exciting challenge.  Lillie progressed well within the Society, moving to the role of Team Manager and more recently Deputy Manager.  Lillie is passionate about her role, enriching people’s lives, advocating for them and helping people reach their health and wellbeing goals. 

Lillie likes to spend her free time with her loved ones, animals, travelling, exploring cultures and histories as she is a history enthusiast.  She also enjoys reading, walking, photography and creative arts.