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Ashby Lodge


At Ashby Lodge we understand that choosing a care home isn’t always an easy decision. That's why everything we do is designed to make the transition into care as smooth as possible. We welcome the elderly and those who may be suffering from Dementia or physical disabilities.

Located near the centre of Wakefield, Ashby Lodge is close to transport links and local amenities. The home's Manager, Paula Matheray, is always on hand for a chat with residents and their loved ones alike.

We take pride in providing an outstanding level of care to all our residents, with all staff being trained to NVQ Level 2 as a minimum. We treat everyone with the respect and dignity they deserve and our wide range of activities at the home give the choice of being as active or as relaxed as you choose.

We have many visiting professionals, such as a Hairdresser, Chiropodist, Optician and Dentist, whom our residents have got to know and trust over many years.

Ashby Lodge has delightful, private and secure gardens; perfect for al fresco meals in the summer or just for a stroll in the sunshine. The green fingered among our residents are invited to lend a hand with the gardening.

Around Our Home

Meet Paula, our Registered Manager and Katie, Senior Carer

How to Get in Touch


667 Leeds Road


Call us on 01924 828 997


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​​​​​​​We are registered for 22 residents, with a mixture of comfortable single and shared rooms and a variety of spacious day rooms to provide our residents with privacy, choice and independence. En-suite Facilities are also available. Residents are invited to bring with them any personal items or small pieces of furniture in order to make their rooms as comfortable and homely as possible.


We offer a wide range of daily activities, designed with both the active, and those less so, in mind. These include:

  • Live music and dancing
  • Bingo, quizzes, card games,arts and crafts
  • Local day trips
  • Reminiscence Therapy
  • Light aerobic exercise to music
  • Visits from local religious figures