Novus Care Cranleigh has moved.

We are going from strength to strength, expanding and moving offices within Cranleigh to our larger purpose built office at:

210 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8RL

The new dynamic working space will support the team to further enhance the services offered by Cranleigh and allow greater ease of access to any service users or family members who want to pop in to see us, share a cup of tea or want to drop by and find out what we can do to assist them or a loved one to live at home independently. Our carers also benefit greatly by having a more organised and equipped training room.

We caught up with Jenny the Registered Manager of the Cranleigh office to get her thoughts on the move.:  “We are extremely excited about the new office, not only for more space and easier parking, but also it allows us to create care groups open to the public, allowing us to help support the community, e.g. dementia support and carers meetings. All of which enables us to be even more community orientated and be used as a hub for vulnerable people.”

We have one happy team in Cranleigh, with one smooth completed office move.

This entry was posted on January 15, 2020.

Christmas is coming…

With festive cheer in every corner of the office, this week Novus Care had one truly amazing Christmas party with some fantastic awards given out. We would also like to thank our staff for the amazing work they do on a daily basis 365 days a year, in-house care doesn’t stop for any holiday.

Manager of the Year: Louise Barrow Canvey Office

Special Service Award – Amy Cubria our new Live-in Manager

Well done Louise and Amy – greatly deserved

This entry was posted on December 13, 2019.

Christmas is coming to Novus Care……

All of our offices are getting in the festive spirit, with Christmas decorations being put up in our Canvey office and our new Christmas card being delivered ready for our clients to receive. Take a look at our festive photos below:

Our new Wickford branch is participating in Elf Day today the 6th of December, raising awareness and money for people affected by Dementia. Good luck ladies.

We also look forward to celebrating and supporting Christmas Jumper day Friday the 13th December, look out for more photos of our team. We wish you all a Merry Christmas from Novus Care.

This entry was posted on December 6, 2019.

New Wickford office OPEN!

Going from strength to strength Novus Care have now opened another office based in Wickford, which brings the grand total to 7 branches.

Now CQC registered, we look forward to expanding our high quality of domestic and live in care in and around Wickford, including areas: Hockley, Rayleigh, Hullbridge, Wickford and Basildon.

We offer many quality services including:

  • Live in Care
  • Personal and Domestic Care
  • We run errands and provide Companionship
  • Administer medication
  • Respite support
  • Palliative Care
  • Care for mentally and physically disabled

With a new office comes a wonderful new manager Tracy Cohen, who we offer a very warm welcome and wish such a wonderful team Good luck going forward.

Feel free to contact the team anytime for all your queries on:

Telephone:         01268 222 224
Email                    [email protected]

Address:              First Floor, 10a Kendal Court, Hurricane Way, Wickford, Essex, SS11 8YB

This entry was posted on November 15, 2019.

Lonely at Christmas

Christmas ‘tis the season to be jolly…but not for everyone

This time of year brings with it the opportunity to spend some valuable, often much needed, quality time with family and friends. A chance to all come together to celebrate the festive period. However, sadly, this is not the case for everyone. 

In the UK, over half of the elderly aged 75 and above live alone. Many elderly people do not have children or family living nearby and often they only have contact with their children over Skype or phone calls, instead of a visit in person. Christmas can also remind the elderly about the loss of loved ones, maybe a recently deceased husband or wife or even the loss of their own good health from previous Christmas periods.

As busy as this time of year is, it is important to remember those who are not as fortunate as others and give them the cherished gift of time and consideration. 

Many local organisations – care homes, day centres etc. are opening up their doors on Christmas Day to invite those who would otherwise be alone, to come along for a nice warm meal, surrounded by other local people, but there are some simple ways we could all reach out to lonely people this time of year: 

  • If the path to someone’s house is covered in wet, slippery leaves or ice/snow, clear a safe route so they are able to leave their home without fear of slipping over.
  • Knock on the door of an elderly neighbour to see if they need any help preparing for the festive season. This could be helping to put some Christmas decorations up, writing Christmas cards on their behalf, wrapping presents for them or taking them to do a bit of Christmas shopping. 
  • If there is a local event on, like a Christmas market or Christmas fair, see if someone would like to attend with you, and help them make this happen. 
  • Do you have a spare chair at your dinner table for Christmas Day? Extend the ultimate festive gesture and invite someone to have Christmas Dinner with you who would otherwise be on their own.
  • Elderly people can be more stoic and are more likely to not ask for help, so the emphasis is on you to make a judgement if you feel someone is lonely. If a neighbour never has visitors or doesn’t go out much, take the time to just offer to join them for a cup of tea.

It is the season of goodwill, and the difference it will make to someone who has not got anyone to share the Christmas period with will be immeasurable. 

This entry was posted on December 18, 2018.

Tis The Season to be Jolly!

Christmas does appear to start earlier and earlier each year and the Novus Care team started well in advance with their Christmas party on 30th November this year. The team shone at one of the glitziest parties we’ve attended to date in a stunning star lit venue with Vegas show girls, dance floor and even a casino!

Another great night to mark the end of a great year with our growing team.

The evening was a great opportunity to give a well deserved thank you to all the teams that work so hard to make Novus Care the company it is today.

We look forward to an exciting 2019 that will inevitably be filled with opportunity and challenges but are happy to welcome both with the strength of such a wonderful team.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all from the team at Novus Care!

This entry was posted on December 6, 2018.

Come for Coffee & Cake in Woking


The fabulous team at Novus Care Woking are joining in the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ by hosting their very own coffee morning in support of MacMillan.


Friday 28th September 2018


Novus Care (Woking)

16a Boundary Business Centre

Boundary Way


GU21 5DH


It is an open invitation for one and all to come along and enjoy one of the many lovely cakes and constant supply of hot drinks that will be on offer.

What a great reason to all come together and do something amazing for a wonderful cause.

Looking forward to seeing you there!


This entry was posted on September 23, 2018.

Reading Jobs Fair Coming Soon!





Coming Soon!

 Novus Care are excited to announce that we will be joining in with other local businesses at the job fair being held at Reading Town Hall on 3rd October between 10am – 2pm.

 The event is being hosted by The Job Fair company who we have worked with at their event in Watford earlier this year.

 A really good opportunity for us to show case the great opportunities we have to offer, so do come along and say hi.

See you there!   


This entry was posted on September 4, 2018.

Cakes and Races in Canvey!

Our girls in Canvey have been very busy this past week!

They hosted their very own Cupcake Day in support of the Alzheimer’s Society. There were cakes a plenty in the office and they raised some serious “dough” for a very worthwhile cause.

The team did well to then burn off some of the calories from Cupcake Day by taking part in the Cancer Research Pretty Muddy Race for Life in Basildon on Sunday 17th June.


The muddy 5k run was a walk in the park for our fantastic team who do a such an amazing job both in and out of the office. They even managed to get some of the customers out to support them. Well done girls!


This entry was posted on June 20, 2018.

In support of Alzheimer’s Society ‘Cupcake Day’,

on Thursday 14 June, the wonderful team on Canvey Island are hosting their very own event this year.

There will be a whole range of delightful sweet treats to enjoy, so it is important you make your way down there nice and early so you don’t miss out.

Their address is:
203 High Street
Canvey Island

The event starts at 10.30 and will end around 3pm, or when they have sold out of everything.

Everyone is welcome, and we are pretty sure that because it is such a worthwhile cause, the calories actually do not count so do not delay!!

Looking forward to seeing you all there.

This entry was posted on June 12, 2018.