Anville Court

Anville Court
188 Goldthorn Hill

Tel : 01902 855000
Fax : 01902 621498

Anville Court is a modern and purpose-built care home in Penn, Wolverhampton, and is designed to create a homely atmosphere.

Welcome to Anville Court Care Home in Wolverhampton


Take a trip through the leafy suburbs of Penn near Wolverhampton and you’ll come across Anville Court, a modern and attractive purpose-built care home. Designed to create a homely atmosphere, our residents are free to enjoy the home in their own
individual way – whether that’s taking part in an activity, enjoying the landscaped gardens or relaxing in their comfortable rooms.

Anville Court Care Home offers Nursing Care, Dementia Care, Respite Care, Residential Care and End of Life Care. If you would like to find out more about Anville Court; whether we can help care for your, or your loved one, please contact the home manager and arrange for a visit at your convenience on 01902 855000.

Nursing Care

Anville Court provides care for older people for whom may require personal care or nursing care. Personal care is offered to support the individual to ensure basic needs are taken care of, such as washing, eating, going to the toilet and taking medication. Nursing care is the provision of specialist care for those with a disability or mental conditions or for those individuals requiring more than personal care; e.g. those with wounds, colostomy bags, etc. At Anville Court we are registered to provide Nursing Care with friendly, highly qualified nursing staff in attendance 24-hours a day, the people we support are given the very best care and attention, continually tailored to meet their specific needs.

Respite Care

Many families take great joy in providing care and support to their loved ones, so that they can remain at home, whether on a full time, part time or informal basis. However, the physical, emotional and financial consequences can be overwhelming without support for those care givers. Respite care is the provision of short-term accommodation in a facility outside the home in which a loved one may be placed. This provides temporary relief to those who are caring for family members, who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home. Respite care has been shown to help sustain family caregiver health, avoid or delay placement in a residential home and reduce the likelihood of abuse and neglect. We offer respite care programmes at all six of our homes, giving individuals a positive experience for a set period in a warm and loving environment.

End of Life Care

Anville Court is one of our homes which offer the highest quality of care and attention to those nearing the end of life. This includes pain relief, physical and psychological care, as well as emotional support, empathy and compassion shown to everyone; the individual, their family and loved ones. This specialist care enables individuals suffering from chronic illness to remain out of hospital whilst still receiving the right level of medication and support

Our Care

Anville Court is situated in the suburbs of Wolverhampton. It is a purpose built two storey property which is registered to accommodate up to 50 residents.
All bedrooms are ensuite and 4 of the rooms are suitable for double accommodation.
There are two lounges, two dining rooms and a hairdressing room as well as extensive well maintained secluded gardens.

The home provides permanent care and occasional respite nursing care for adults.
The home provides care for people who have a nursing need but who also may have a physical or Learning disability or for those individuals who require Palliative / End of Life.

Anville Court employs a Manager, Deputy manager and two clinical leads and it is staffed 24 hrs a day with nurses and care staff who are in turn supported by Admin, Maintenance, Kitchen, laundry and domestic staff.

Our Activities

There’s a wide range of activities to enjoy at Anville Court. We take the time to ask all of our residents about their hobbies and interests when they arrive at the home. Our residents are free to indulge both in their existing hobbies or any new ones, or join in one of our group activities that run both inside the home and out in the wider community.
Activities include daily current affairs sessions and musical afternoons to carpet bowls and board games like Scrabble.

Our Food

We pride ourselves on the quality and choice of food available at Anville Court. Menus change regularly and there are choices available at every meal.

Our chefs use fresh fruit and vegetables. All meals are homemade and cooked fresh daily on the premises.

Tea, coffee, fruit juice and snacks are always available 24hrs a day.

Friends and relatives are always welcome to join their loved ones for meals, (there is a small charge, and a telephone call to book meals is advisable in advance, or just ask a member of staff).

Our Rooms

All of the 45 single rooms at Anville Court are ensuite and many have wonderful views across the gardens. They also have 24-hour call systems for added security and peace of mind, TV and telephone points, thermostatic radiators and smoke detectors.

We encourage our residents to bring along any personal ornaments and photographs to make them feel more at home. Residents are welcome to bring their own wall mountable flat screen TV.

Residents rooms are cleaned daily by our in-house domestic team.


Get to know more about this care home. Our brochure gives details about the types of care available as well as more information about the activities and facilities we offer.

Customer Satisfaction Report

We’re always striving to improve our treatments and services so feedback from residents and relatives is very important to us. The results of this help us provide the best care possible.

Care Quality Commission Report

We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This helps us to identify how we can deliver person-centred care for the people living in our homes.

Our Mission

It is the objective of Anville Court is to provide nursing care to all of our service users, which exceeds the minimum standards, and embraces the principles of good care practises as outlined in the Nursing and Midwifery Council Codes of Practise and General Social Care Council Codes of Practise.

Meet the Manager – Sally McCoy

I am a registered mental health nurse who qualified in the 80s, which feels a very long time ago now.

I am born and schooled in Wolverhampton but moved when I was a teenager with family to Surrey. I have worked my way around the home counties and to the USA before returning in 2007 to the UK. I moved back to the Midlands in 2017 and really enjoy being home.

This is my 3rd employment as a registered manager, and I am someone who takes the responsibility that comes with the role with pride. I am someone who wants the care to be outstanding for residents, families, and staff alike.

I have a passion for what I do and have been blessed to have worked in some amazing places and for some of the best recognised independent healthcare providers in business today. I am experienced in culture change, compliance adherence and the change process. I know that all managers bring something slightly different, and I want to bring that sense of belonging and pride to the staff at Anville Court. I am working to build a core team of department heads that will help drive the goal of getting Anville recognised as the service in Penn that families want their loved one to come to.

I have worked for world renowned independent healthcare providers in managerial and registered manager roles. My passion is to see the team working effectively to provide the best care possible for the people we are supporting. I am someone who is not afraid to get stuck

in and would not ask anyone to do something I would not do if needed.

Coming to Anville Court and becoming part of the Capital Care Family feels wonderful. It is local for me which means I can be there should I be needed and looking forward to building on the work that was done of the manager before me. I am excited to help the Anville Court team grow and improve.

My desire to be a manager of an Outstanding home is the drive for all that I do. I want to know that the great work the team do is recognised.