About the community
Hartrigg Oaks is a community of around 250 people. It consists of 152 one- and two-bedroom bungalows, together with a 42-bed care home providing residential and nursing care. Based on the continuing care retirement community model, Hartrigg Oaks aims to provide a socially stimulating environment where people can maintain their independence and choice throughout later life.
Where is it?
Hartrigg Oaks is located on the edge of the Edwardian garden village of New Earswick, on the outskirts of York. It is ideally positioned to enjoy village life and is within easy reach of York’s historic city centre.
Hartrigg Oaks has 152 spacious bungalows generously spread over a 21-acre site.
There are four property types, all of which have a private garden and an allocated car parking space.
Accommodation is built to a national standard called Lifetime Homes, which means that it is wheelchair accessible throughout and can easily be fitted with aids and adaptations.
Hartrigg Oaks has extensive communal facilities, including:
- coffee shop and restaurant
- IT facilities
- arts and crafts room
- gym with spa pool
- hair salon
- small shop
- guest room
- people carrier (minibus) for social outings.
Wi-Fi access is available in communal areas. Activities and events take place on a regular basis.
Care and support
Care and support is available as part of a personal care plan, or as required. This is provided in residents' own home by a dedicated community care and support team. Services include:
- home help
- personal care
- residential and nursing care, on either a respite or long-term basis, within the on-site care home (called The Oaks)
- emotional support
- advice on diet and exercise.
Personal care along with residential and nursing care in The Oaks are services that are registered with the Care Quality Commission and as such are subject to regulatory inspections. For details of the most recent inspection reports, see The Oaks community page.
Our services are relationship –centred, which means they focus on the importance of positive relationships between older people, relatives and staff. We take time to find out what is important to each individual, so that we can provide them with services that best meet their needs.
Can I visit?
Visits can be arranged, but must be pre-booked. To arrange a visit, please call 01904 752219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Request an information pack
To request an information pack, and for information on vacancies and charges, please contact reception on 01904 750700 or email email@example.com
Address: Hartrigg Oaks, Haxby Road, New Earswick, York YO32 4DY.
Telephone 01904 750700.
Registered Manager: Joyce Holmes
Hartrigg Oaks: The First Ten Years
If you are interested in the history of Hartrigg Oaks, you might enjoy reading our book, published in 2009, which tells the story of Hartrigg Oaks’ first decade. It covers planning and development, life at Hartrigg Oaks, and the impact the scheme has had.