Hall Grange is set in magnificent grounds three miles east of Croydon town centre, in Shirley. The original building, together with its extensive gardens, was built by the Revd William Wilks before his retirement in 1912 and was known as The Wilderness. The house was later bought by Alderman George Lewin, one time mayor of Croydon, who presented it to MHA in 1958 in honour of his friendship with the Revd Walter Hall, Methodist Minister for Shirley and founder of MHA. Hall Grange was renamed in his memory.
Commemorative trees and shrubs have been planted in the grounds for some residents who have achieved their 100th birthday and also in memory of former residents.
It is hoped that Hall Grange will considerably increase its capacity and begin to provide specialist dementia care in the future, allowing MHA to provide more services for local older people.
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For more information please contact the Home Manager:
Shirley Church Road
Tel: 020 8654 1708
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MHA’s services are rated annually by residents in an independent survey. In the latest survey, 89% of MHA care home residents said that they would recommend their home to other people.